I would really love an electric super split. Someday, maybe.The 3HP briggs on the Super Split I ran as a kid was plenty of engine. I wish I could find one with a blown engine to convert to electric for working in the yard, but that's about #734 on my priority and money list....
Weld that top wedge back 3-4" so it wont stall as easymodified push plate added width and hight
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mount/adjustment plate for engine
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pull start moved to 8:00 oclock easier for me to start
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thinking about adding to the height of the knife
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So, uhhh, can I show up with a truckload of rounds and split them inside? Sounds like a nice setup!Maybe 15 minutes to swap out the gas engine for the electric motor, less if you have an extra base plate. Once it gets stupid cold I'll run mine in the shop with electric. Nice and quiet, in the heat with the game on.
is the Lister a new one or one of the old typeThe 6.5hp lister diesel I put on my Supersplit makes ~12.5lb/ft at 2200rpm and it works fantastically. Im not running a clutch, just didn't crank down on the belt tension. In the rare occasion the ram stalls, the belts slip and motor lugs down a hare and I just hit the handle. 95% of the time it will just lug down and power its way through a knot or touch spot with the torque.