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please guide me in the right direction for the best log splitter. TIA
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Here is how a man does it.
This post was edited by James Moriarty 17 months ago
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Find a stronger boyfriend. I can't respect any man that doesn't chop his own wood.
Just build one yourself.
My dad built a hydraulic splitter a few years ago. Saved a ton of money, and works great.
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sure thing bro.
I'm talking about lots of wood. (no homo)
This post was edited by irishyoung 17 months ago
been there done that. when you have lots of wood to get done you move past the "man" way
thanks for adding something to this thread Joester
My grandfather has a Troy-Built - had it for 2 years and blew the packing out of the cylinder - called Troy-B and they sent him to a Hydraulic shop to get the cylinder re-packed for free - they also service it.
It works great - we split around 600 logs the weekend before Christmas. No issue with Oak, Chestnut or Pine.
Sounds like a personal problem to me
thank you sir
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