Model KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper w/13 HP Engine Equipped to Handle Straw, Hay, and Newspapers
KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper w/ 13HP Honda w/Double Swivel Wheels is Amish Made Right Here in Pennsylvania
- Cast Pillow Block Greasable 1 ¼” Self Aligning Bearings
- Cast Iron and Solid Steel Pulleys
- Completely Enclosed Oil Bath Gearbox
- Simple to Operate
- East to reach Controls are Properly Shielded
- Quiet and Smooth Running
The KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper w/ a 13HP Honda Engine is A Great Addition to a Produce Growing Operation!
76 knives welded to heavy replacement plates which slide easily on heavy duty 1 ¼” hex shaft allows easy replacement of worn blades. Plates can be flipped to use both knife edges.
Smooth Operating Adjustable Grate with Six Settings to Control Output and Chop Length
Double V-Belt Drive for more efficient transmission of power and no belt slippage. A completely enclosed oil bath gearbox drives the Steel Bale Hopper which glides on four large 2 ½” bearings.
The best quotes for shipping an KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper are Business to Business Quotes
If you know of a business address to ship to—it is more cost effective. It needs to be zoned commercial, have business hours, business signage, turnaround for a 55 ft. tractor trailer and a forklift. Perhaps you know of a local hardware store, lumber yard, feedmill, landscape shop, welding shop, car parts store etc. that could accept your delivery.
You will be prompted to indicate your FREIGHT QUOTE when checking out.
We will add it to your total when we receive the order and email an invoice to you reflecting the added FREIGHT QUOTE.
To qualify for Business to Business Shipping, the address needs to be zoned commercial, have business hours, business signage, turnaround for a 55 ft. tractor trailer and a forklift.
Questions about your order or shipping arrangements on the KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper? Please do not hesitate to call or email us!
KB1255 Weaverline Bale Chopper is priced to sell and built to last!
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