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Thank you Santa!

Post in 'The Gear' started by elkbelch, Dec 25, 2007.

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  1. elkbelch

    elkbelch New Member

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    Santa brought me a new splitter this year.
    It is a Brave EZ-split. I am happy to report that this baby surpassed my expectations. It is an 8 ton gas splitter.
    And I did not expect this kind of performance from this size splitter.
    I had some old pieces of Elm I had tossed to the side, you know the ones with ten or twelve maul marks in them.
    The EZ-split went right through them! I also split some 24 inch Hedge just for fun. I had nothing in my pile that could stall this thing. I eas truley impressed!

    Thank you Santa I will be good the whole year!

    elkbelch

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  2. cmonSTART

    cmonSTART Minister of Fire

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    Very cool!
  3. WILDSOURDOUGH

    WILDSOURDOUGH New Member

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    I don't see any snow in the picture ????
    Nice unit- Santa was good to you !
  4. MuckSavage

    MuckSavage Member

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    I think Santa made a mistake.....that was supposed to come to my house! Naaahhhh, just kidding! Nice splitter! Good Luck with it!
  5. eba1225

    eba1225 Feeling the Heat

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    ELK,

    Good for you.

    Also thanks for the info on that spliter. I am going through and doing some pricing and what kind of tonnage I need, and this type of report is just the type if info I need.

    How dow it work on the knarly/knotty pieces?

    Erik
  6. elkbelch

    elkbelch New Member

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    eba,
    I just split some wood today. I really like this splitter but I did get it to stall today it was on a 24 inch hedge "Y". I was splitting off small chunks and I got greedy. I later tossed this piece to the side as I could not get any more off it.
    My wife paid 599.00 for it and I picked up the receiver hitch mounting thing yesterday. I have split the better part of a cord with this in just a few hours.
    The small motor is rather quiet and that is nice.
    And by the way it was made in the USA.
    I put in a few pictures of what I have split and the stubborn "Y".

    elkbelch

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