Show us you pics of the dirty work horses you call a splitter!

Post in 'The Gear' started by Sean McGillicuddy, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. Kevin in Ohio

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    I got a 4 way and takes less than a minute to change with no tools.

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    Hitch is a heavy duty Reese type and can be flipped for tractor or truck hitch level. There is a heavy ball hitch for road travel and stores in the front.

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    You can see it in the opening here.
     

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  2. scooby074

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    Wow! Thats a splitter and a half! Very well thought out. Work lights and everything. Love the outriggers!
     
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  3. Jags

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    Kevin - glad you slid over here to show off your splitter. A true work of art.==c
     
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  5. Kevin in Ohio

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    Here is my TW2, getting ready to be put to work:

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