DR 6 ton back together.

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  1. thewoodlands

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    The splitter was free, the person wanted it gone, we ordered new gaskets and had to tear it apart and put back together. The parts including freight came to $32.00 dollars plus the 4 hours we put into it and the hydraulic fluid. These are the pictures of it after tearing it apart. Works great at this point and time. The only problem we could see was the gaskets and the inside was real dirty. So we have the 24 ton for outside and the 6 ton for inside splitting. DR was very helpful and has a great support system.

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    Here it is back together and ready to go.

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    Good deal and nice that you saved it from going to the scrap yard. Got a pic of it put back together and in operation?
     
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    Here is the DR splitting some cherry.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja_bfHhsiwU

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