It's a small towable DR Chipper ... can't remember the specific make, but it's light enough I can move it around by hand as long as I'm not going up hill or over bumps. My desire to use the carryall is to end up with a compact setup that doesn't involve towing. Then I can just go wherever I want to and I don't have to worry about backing up. Also, with the chipper mounted on a carryall, the chipper output will face to the side. Recently I have started running the chipper without the output chute ... I see no safety problem with that and it eliminates jamming, but I can't direct the chips.Do you know the model of the wood chipper? Depending on how heavy it is and how long the tongue is there may be a way to just lift it with the rockshaft arms while coupled to the tow ball without even needing to put the rest of the 3pt setup on the tractor. Im assuming the rockshaft arms stay on the tractor but the top link and lower arms, lifting links etc are off it while the backhoe is on? If you’re thinking about the 3pt carryall purely for moving the chipper and dont have any other reason to put the 3pt on, might be worth examining that possibility.