Post in 'The Gear' started by Trickle, Mar 5, 2013.
I'm assuming you guys have seen this but couldn't find it when doing a search. Have a look...
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I vote this for the most reproduced video on Hearth.
I have seen this a few times as well, but still well worth watching.
Hey Trickle - as long as you are new around here, check this one out: (and welcome to the forum)
Man, some people have a lot of free time on their hands.
It only took 2.2 seconds.
That is AWESOME!
Crappy quality video but cool splitter set up. They split a face cord in 3 1/2 minutes in another video.
Now this one I have seen in person...or one very close to it. There is one a few miles up the road from us...amazing stuff.
Yours take the cake.
Its EMP proof
Plus, it's only one horsepower.
...and free fertilizer to grow more trees!
Plus it works cheap...for hay...well actually pricing out the current cost of hay maybe gas is cheaper
Man, that double splitter is a production machine. That sucker was really making firewood.
Another cool set up... I like the way you can split with a single wedge or four way depending on where you place the wood.
Man - those guys don't jack around with the speed of those splitters. They are really moving.
Wonder if they make a bare bones unit? I don't need to ride/drive my splitter anywhere.
Here's their site.
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http://www.wantaddigest.com/forsale...ndustrial Logging Eq.&eclass2=Heavy Equipment Here's one in the Want Ad Digest
5 grand? Are they friggen nuts? Nothing on that machine - including design, warrants that.
Yeah, you should see the prices on Timberwolf machines. That is why I am going to learn how to weld and build my own. Cannot justify spending $5,000+ just for a splitter. Now, $5,000 for a splitter AND welder, that is a different story. Knowing how to weld, priceless.
I was not going to feed them, there are a couple just wandering around eating grass on the land to the east of me, so I thought I could just borrow one.
Plus it is easily scalable, need double the power, just add another tread mill.
I noticed that the vertical type is very common in the UK. Seems to be the norm. This one works out at $4,000.
It did occur to me that if they replace the hydraulics with a flywheel it would be much quicker. If top heavy.
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