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opinions on ryobi splitter

Post in 'The Gear' started by mattg1970, Aug 4, 2007.

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  1. mattg1970

    mattg1970 New Member

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    I am looking for info on the ryobi electric splitter. How do the work for lite use 2-4 cords a year? Any info would be great

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  2. njtomatoguy

    njtomatoguy Feeling the Heat

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    I have one- it is just what I need, and it's performance is just what I expected.. it is not the biggest, baddest splitter out there by far, but it saves me a lot of effort in swinging the maul-

    Anything over 16" round I split by hand with an 8 lb maul, 4 lb Splitting axe or the wood grenade from TSC- then it goes to the splitter, where i work it down to burnable splits-
    I wish it came with a foot pedal option, so that I didn't have to keep putting the beer down..
  3. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg Guest

    Depending where you live Grossman's bargin outlet is selling a 6 ton iron horse splitter for 50$ less than the ryobi

    that's 50 % more power and one will notice the difference I have used them both..

    It is my oppinion the Ryobi is the best 4ton splitter avaliable note 4 ton
  4. Elderthewelder

    Elderthewelder Minister of Fire

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  5. Mr_Super-Hunky

    Mr_Super-Hunky New Member

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    Hey Elk:

    Any chance of you picking one up and sending it to me??. Do they ship UPS or other method?. I have had it with trying to get the Northern Tool splitter here in one piece.
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