tempest woodsplitter

Wildo Posted By Wildo, Jun 14, 2013 at 10:32 PM

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  1. Wildo

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    Check these out:cool:. I got roped over from a video of a hillbilly using a stickler splitter on youtube.
     
  2. Blazin

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    I'll take one!
     
  3. MasterMech

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    I wanna see it tackle some tougher wood. They're warranty makes the splitter's wedge setup sound delicate.
     
  4. Wildo

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    Hey it is still pretty friggin' slick. If you get something nasty I would hope you would use a little common sense, Marshmellows don't go into piggy banks
     
  5. BrotherBart

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    I want one.
     
  6. ScotO

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    I've seen them before, and they are really cool......but they are pricey!
    If you wanted to start your own "firewood" business that you didn't want to spend a pile of money on a huge processor (and sell those little gas station bundles), this would probably be an ideal setup. My only question on the machine is how will it handle knotty rounds, crotches, etc.......for big straight rounds, this machine is the cats azz!
     
  7. MrWhoopee

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    Why would you want that much kindling? ;lol
     
  8. Jags

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    Could you imagine standing on the log lift and hitting the wrong lever. Weeeeeee.;lol

    I do like the concept.
     
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