Splitter: big logs AND SMALL - what's good for all?

Post in 'The Gear' started by jonwright, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. John_M

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    MasterMech, You can call Iron and Oak and order as many pairs as you like. However, they are approx. $80.00 per pair (including shipping). This seems a fair price for the "Made in America" quality. Telephone: 1-800-817-1005. They are in Illinois-one hour earlier than NY.

    Best wishes and good luck.
     
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  2. Elderthewelder

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    is that for the brackets or brackets and cradles
     
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  3. John_M

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    Elderthewelder, that is for the brackets only. I do not know for certain, but would guess (and hope) the cradles are reasonably priced. I should also say each time I called Brave Products I spoke with a woman who was very polite, helpful, and knew much about their products. A good purchasing experience with items shipped the same or next day. :)

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    Found a used Timberwolf P1 with paint still on the wedge. Gently used.
     
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  5. MasterMech

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    Problem is, I already paid for "made in America quality" and I'm not 100% satisfied. ;)

    I'll give 'em a call.

    Thanks! (we need a thumbs up smiley!)
     

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