Huskee 22 ton splitter

Post in 'The Gear' started by ncwood, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. ncwood

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    I have a huskee splitter with a 6.5 hp briggs motor on it. Also have a 12.5 electric start briggs just laying around.Sould I put it on huskee?
     
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    If you are only going to change engines you will use more fuel and gain nothing else. If you swap engines and add a bigger pump with larger hoses you will gain speed.
     
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