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Discussion in 'Firewood' started by Guest, Jul 13, 2012.
it takes a bit longer than an hour to empty the tank which gives me a good break
How many cords a year do you plan to split? I swapped some lumber off my mill for a home-made hydraulic splitter. I put on a new engine and a 2-stage hydraulic pump, and it will outlast me. If I were going to purchase new, I'd look real seriously at the Super Split. It uses a flywheel, no hydraulics. Very elegant design, very fast, and they've got a good reputation for durability (no, I don't work for them).
Chisler, I checked out your web site. Looks like a great machine for busting up the big stuff, if a person already has a Bobcat or Skidsteer. I could see adapting it to split rails for wood fences.
We use a troy built splitter. Works well for us. We use it about every other week or so. www.branchoutshrub.com