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Bandit’s Model 1890 Track self-propelled drum chipper is compact in size and highly maneuverable. The Model 1890’s versatility in the field is taken to the next level with a loader and a Caterpillar 307B steel-track undercarriage. It rides on a pair of 500-millimeter pads, giving the 1890 exceptional flotation over soft terrain and plenty of stability to scale steep slopes. A built-in loader takes the hands out of this hand-fed chipper, allowing a single operator to feed the machine with material up to 19 inches in diameter. A standard radio control permits operators to handle all chipper functions remotely, while an easy-to-use swing out control panel on the machine itself is available for those preferring direct contact. Engine options range from 114 to 213 horsepower, and a swivel discharge allows chips to be broadcast where they’re needed.