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Post in 'The Gear' started by Todd, Sep 9, 2007.

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  1. Todd

    Todd Minister of Fire

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    Anyone have one of these splitters. Check it out, looks pretty efficient.

    www.supersplit.com

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  2. keyman512us

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    Yeah...There's a couple of threads about them...one of the forum members here (Harley) has one...and a friend of mine here local has one too...I split all my firewood on it.
  3. ecfinn

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    I've got one that I bought this spring. Its about 20 years old so it doesn't have all the features in the newer model but it still works great. Its great. Takes up little space in the garage. But it won't do the super large rounds easily since you can't tip it vertical like some hydraulic ones.

    Let me know if you have other questions. I'll be glad to answer them.

    Eric
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    I am currently borrowing Eric's - THANKS ERIC! and want to put in another shameless plug for the super split. I was one who was proud of being a hand splitter and saying that it might actually be faster than using a splitter, until I used the super split.... I have been "ruined" since!
  6. struggle

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    I watched the video of this thing and it looks neat and fast.

    I would like to see how it would work on a piece of elm
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