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Split-Fire Log Splitters

Discussion in 'Arabic' started by Axe_Man78, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. Axe_Man78

    Axe_Man78 New Member

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    I'm in the market for a mid range gas powered log splitter. I've heard good things about a few different brands, but Split-Fire is standing out with their 2way split.

    Can anyone give me feedback on their experience?

    Thanks.

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    Welcome aboard !
    Check down in the firewood thread , you'll find some splitter reviews there .
    I don't think there are too many that run a splitfire but they are a solid machine with several rental companies here in NS that rent them out because they work and are dependable .
     
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    Thanks Dan. I'll be sure to check out the thread. Do you have personally experience using one? If so, do you know which model it was?

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    Well , a long while ago I helped a fried split some wood with a rental unit , 5hp honda , it will keep 2 guys hopping .
    I bought a 3203 3pt one a few years ago and put together a 13hp chonda and a 16gpm pump with a 10 gallon reservoir to run it . I have an auto repair shop and do some work for a local DOT garage , I used it to crush car rims to remove the tires from ditch cleanups , polly crushed 100 rims with it trouble free .
     
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    Fantastic thanks Dan. I'll definitely dig a little deeper.

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    Look up the Easton made units .
     

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