Splitting technique, sorta

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by bluedogz, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. FrankMA

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    My apologies as I just realized you had a challenge most of us do not face. I would agree that the X11 or X15 would most likely be a good choice for your requirements. The head design on the X series Fiskars is engineered very well and performs great.
     
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  2. Monosperma

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    Hats off to you for taking on the task of splitting wood! For future wood, what about getting it cut shorter so that it will split easier?
     
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    Excellent idea... for the moment, everything is cut to the length I got it (old man in neighborhood brings me rounds when he can), so I am in no position to complain. Additionally, work is considering moving me to Phoenix, where wood stoves are pretty thin on the ground.

    This is just something that has been bugging me and I threw it up here to see what everyone thought...
     
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