Do you have any video of the machine in use with the 8 way wedge on?
I was commenting on the use of a 6 way wedge vs a 4 way
Splitting for boiler wood is much different than making traditionally smaller splits. You can run a 24” log through in one pass and be on to the...
Not saying it isn’t significantly more money but he did say he’s willing to pay 12k
I would look at the Eastonmade and Timberwolf units. I have a Timberwolf TW6 which comes standard with a log lift and 4 way/6way wedge. You...
I would love to add an assault of cheap immigrant labor
I haven’t seen any splitter with multi way wedge that doesn’t produce a fair amount of trash no matter what brand. It just comes with the territory
Good thread. Would love to hear from guys who own/run them.
Interested to see how any of these mods mentioned work out
Why does Venus have a higher average temperature than Mars?
One more question, what do you lay the strips of meat on while baking?
How long in the oven and at what temp? Assuming you meant traditional oven?
Love their cover of Bob Segar’s Turn the Page. I usually despise cover songs
Shows the weight of various types of wood both green and dry. Black locust doesn't measure...
Locust would be heavy
Sassafras is very light compared to many other types of wood so that would be one clue but it should also have thicker growth rings. It will also...
Gum is absolutely miserable to split. Stay away at all costs.
Looks like chestnut oak to me. I originally thought black locust but the color of the wood doesn’t look right
That's a lot of work for little return. Anything that size stays in the woods or ends up in a burn pile.
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