A couple days ago, I was driving on a very well paved street. As I was making my (quite gentle) right turn onto a pretty gentle hilly road, I heard a horrible crash. It t turned out that my little Vermeer 260 tipped and landed on its side, on the chute side (Not the engine side!). Luckily enough I have my little handy Echo gas powered winch. Just anchored it to a huge landscaping rock and pulled the chipper right up. I did bend the turning handle for the chute and other minor scratches. The top part of the cutting wheel housing must have shifted very little, just enough to have the wheel rubbing a crew protruding into the chamber. After I filed it off, everything runs just like nothing happed. I feel so lucky about his incident. It could be a lot more worse. Did this ever happen to you, pulling a small chipper with a big truck?