any type of log lifts for a troy built 33 ton?

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  1. Brogan007

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    Hobby- I like your splitter setup. In your tag line, are the jetstreams planes?
     
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    I wish they were planes but I would settle for a Cessna 150 :lol:

    The Jetstream are boilers; the first commercially produced wood gasification boilers.

    This is the link to a post I did on them.
    http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/86677/#1050476

    The pictures are from the Jetstream manual.

    This is the link to a post that I did on the repair of its refractory base:
    http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/84031/#1011925
     

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    Something like this might be up your alley:
     

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    That is really slick :exclaim:
     
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    Thanks. Easy to build and quite economical. Only downside is that you need a source for 12v. Not a problem for me because my splitter is electric start.
     
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