Another Screw Type Splitter

Post in 'The Gear' started by Mr A, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. Mr A

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    I used a Stickler for a while, due to cost of hydraulic. I found a great deal on a 27 ton hydraulic, so the Stickler went back on Ebay, sold in a few days for $150. At least the Stickler was directly driven by the wheel hub, up off the ground and easy to move around at 30 pounds. I wouldn't even consider using this thing. If a log sticks, you're going to burn rubber, probably gain traction and off goes your vehicle to crash into something. For laughs-
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cone-Log-Sp...929&pid=100010&prg=1065&rk=4&sd=390466995697&
     
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  2. swagler85

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    Wow that is quite a contraption
     
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  3. n6crv

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    If it gets stuck just shift into reverse real fast.
     
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    He doesn't even want the buyer to sign a waiver.
     
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  5. Highbeam

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    I am not having luck selling my pto splitter perhaps due ot the waiver issue. Will have to repost it and be a little sneakier. Maybe not even mention it until the deal is happening.
     
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    Thats a good idea, I did the same when selling a handgun recently. The buyer was more than happy to sign and even offered me a look at his ID prior to me asking for a look. We just wrote up a simple disclaimer and made a copy for each of us.
     
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