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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by KenH, Aug 23, 2004.
Same as title.
I have a 22 ton vertical/horizontal from TSC. Works good.
Lots of the neighbours around here have log splitters.
I myself have been trying to keep in shape by using the axe and wedge if needed.
I have seen the ultimate Splitter.
It splits wood on the forward cycle of the piston and splits again on the reverse cycle of the piston. You get 2 splits for every operation. 2 times faster than conventional splitters. I did not get a name of the manufacturer.
Northern Tools has some good ones and good prices
Thanks guys.......Haybay-----do you have a name/link??? Sounds interesting.
Thats all I know about this unit. I will keep my eyes peeled for a model/make and reply here.
Here is a link to ones that splits 2 ways.
Also goto arboristsite dot com and do a search, these guys use all kinds of splitters.
Good luck and be carefull.
Just bought a new one at Lowe's in Springfield- $1,200 (after the tax).
26 Ton, horizontal/vertical. Been splitting 40" rounds of beech, lots of oak, hickory, maple, some elm.
the only woods i split are mesquite and oak, i wish i had a spilter for the oak. i was looking at this one awesome splitter... i can't remember who the heck made it now... dang... anyways, i think i would buy one when i run out of things to buy, for sure.
26Ton, Wow that is a lot of power, you must be able to split anything with that.