SPLITTER

Bones Posted By Bones, Mar 4, 2007 at 4:20 PM

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Bones

    Bones
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 16, 2007
    154
    28
    Loc:
    Tennessee
    Lost a big tree yesterday due to high winds. Will put my new home made splitter to the test.

    [​IMG]
     
  2. FuzzyOne

    FuzzyOne
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Nov 30, 2006
    99
    0
    Loc:
    Central NJ
    Wow, very nice. Is that an electric motor on there? I think that is the first homemade splitter I have seen with an electric motor. Mind if I ask how much it cost you to make? The parts all look new and I know they can get expensive. I wanted to split some wood the other day but it was raining too hard. Would have been nice to pull yours into my garage.
     
  3. EatenByLimestone

    EatenByLimestone
    Minister of Fire 2.
    NULL
    

    Jul 12, 2006
    5,446
    538
    Loc:
    Schenectady, NY
    That is a nice looking setup.




    *waiting for the guy from Finland to show up and talk about his ax.*



    Matt
     
  4. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg
    Guest 2.
    NULL
    

    Except for the color I did a double take it looks exactly like my electric splitter
     
  5. Bones

    Bones
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 16, 2007
    154
    28
    Loc:
    Tennessee
    Thanks for the rave response. Yes it's an electric motor. All parts are new ( most from Ebay over a period of several months).
    Total cost was $550 plus hydraulic fluid which I have to change when it gets warmer, ( I used ISO 68 and it's just tooooo thick).
     
  6. Bones

    Bones
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 16, 2007
    154
    28
    Loc:
    Tennessee
    The old pine tree is history. Cut split and stacked. The electric splitter is a pain, no downtime to refuel.
     

    Attached Files:

    • tree.jpg
      tree.jpg
      File size:
      48.7 KB
      Views:
      851
  7. Mo Heat

    Mo Heat
    Mod Emeritus 2.
    NULL
    

    Nov 18, 2005
    848
    11
    Loc:
    St. Louis, Missouri
    I can't quite make out the satellite dish... :cheese:
     
  8. computeruser

    computeruser
    Feeling the Heat 2.
    NULL
    

    Jan 16, 2007
    362
    35
    Loc:
    East Lansing, MI
    Looks nice. What are the specs on that setup - cylinder, pump, motor?
     
  9. Bones

    Bones
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 16, 2007
    154
    28
    Loc:
    Tennessee
    Pump - haldex 1002408 11gpm
    Cyl - Prince A300160ABAAA03B 3" Bore, 16" stroke ( could not get a 4" bore on Ebay) I will change this in the future to a 4" and 16" - 18" stroke.
    Valve - Prince
    Motor - 1 1/2hp, 2hp peak (compressor rated)
     
  10. Bones

    Bones
    Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 16, 2007
    154
    28
    Loc:
    Tennessee
    Satellite dish is coming. I have to take it apart first. ;-)
     

    Attached Files:

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page