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Posted By kwburn,
Oct 23, 2006 at 4:17 AM
Anyone know if that was oak being split?
that was my video and as far as i remember it was all oak.
regarding holding the two levers with one hand, i rarely see the need? i know i've done it once or twice if i need to steady the wood for some reason but usually the wood stays right where i need it.
Sorry for resurrecting this thread, but it seems to fit my question.
Mr 2nd's Bargain Outlet (Grossmans) is selling this exact model for what sounds like a nice price of $249. My only concern is bending over constantly.
Has anyone found a way to mount this higher on perhaps some saw horses, or perhaps on some chopping blocks?
Small table. Go on google video and search under electric log splitter. they have a video or two with the little electric ones on tables.
You can sit on a bucket. Then if a supply of rounds are on one hand, the splits can go to the other side.