advise on log splitters

Discussion in 'Firewood' started by Guest, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. Guest

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    Have you looked at the U.S. Pride Products log splitter yet?
    if you are planing to split alone this is the way to go.
    I am the president of U.S. Pride Products and can answer any questions.
     
  2. Guest

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    look at the Hands Free Log Splitter from U.S. Pride Products.
    www.usprideproducts.com
    this is a one person splitter where the operator never touches the wood.

    very fast and effective.
     
  3. Guest

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    I've never used one and it will probably last the month but how many seasons you'll get out of it? That's the question. Good luck.
     
  4. Guest

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    Have you checked out the smaller Timberwolfs? The TW1 or 2? I don't know how different the pricing is between those and the Troy-bilt you're looking at but I'm sure it would hold out longer and Timberwolf is much more reliable warranty wise. Just a thought.
     
  5. Guest

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    Hey, good to hear your happy with it except for the constant fill ups.
     
  6. Guest

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    Sounds like it's working well for you. Have you had any of the severe storms/tree damage in NJ the past few weeks?
     
  7. Guest

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    I know Timberwolf is the only way to go but I cant afford a new one right now :cry: I looked at some used one and I cant see my self spending $2k less or so for beat up ones ( thats if they wanna sell them )


    so I looked into troy-bilt 27ton at lowes with 3 year warranty on all parts labor pickup drop off etc for $1500 with a Honda engine


    question is will it handle being used all day for month ? I plan on doing 6 or so cords a week by my self :)

    can a troy-bilt stand the use ? anyone used them here commercially ?
     
  8. Guest

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    Oh not a month lool hell it better last more than one month


    plan is to make the firewood income pay for a timberwolf tw-5 or 6 in a year at most so the troybilt would need to hold up for a year or so
     
  9. Guest

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    the tw2 hd is 4200 + log lift + 4 way splitter which is almost 4 times as much as a troybilt
     
  10. Guest

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    I ended up buying the Troy bilt and I am impressed with the way its made and the power it have only thing they should have done better is add a much bigger fuel tank to that 160cc honda engine

    nothing stopped in its way so far
     

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