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The Super Spear Log Splitter

Post in 'The Gear' started by loneeagle15, Mar 19, 2007.

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  1. loneeagle15

    loneeagle15 New Member

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  2. loneeagle15

    loneeagle15 New Member

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    I found other brands in my searching so has anyone used a tool like this one
    Thanks JD
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    Harley Minister of Fire

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    I never used one myself, but I've seen a few here and there, find of burried in the back of garages/sheds. My impression was they probably didn't work all that well, or they would have been stored more "front and center"
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    Yeah I got one as part of a $20 table clearance at a flea market once...it's probably out back behind the shed right now...hmmm, maybe I should put it on ebay..lol.
    Great concept...been around since the seventies? Back before carpal tunnel syndrome was an issue? I wasn't too fond of it for the fact it wears out the wrists...same concept as a driver for T-post fence posts...but I'm not going to go out and split a cord or two with it...
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    My Ex bought one. It didn't leave with her. Very poor on firewood, fair at blacl walnut nut cracking.

    Mike P
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    jd, I have one of those things. I bought it in 1982 but haven't put many hours on it. I use it to break up a few of pieces when I don't want to get the splitter out. It works well but I would not do cords with it. I'm too lazy. The best part is that you can use it in the garage (you don't have to swing it).
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