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Discussion in 'Firewood' started by 32vld, Jul 26, 2014.
Them logs don't lift themselves on the splitter.
Its all about techneique.
I can not afford a splitter for now. Though I just bought a Sthil Splitting Axe/Maul.
I filled three wheel barrows in the time it took me just to fill one wheel barrow using my antique splitting wedges and sledge.
What log splitter?
I don't need no stinkin' log splitter.
Not sure if anyone has seen this before but log splitters are way slower then this
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That leveraxe would be good for splitting soft wood without any knots. Anything tough and I dont think it would be able to hold up. Anyone doing serious splitting knows the fastest and easiest way to split a lot of wood is with a hydraulic splitter.
If a log splitter is something you are considering looking at in the near future you should check this out - http://www.logsplittersdirect.com/s...tml?icn=How+To+Pick+The+Perfect&icl=home+page