Your opinions on this splitter ?

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  1. Brian VT

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    650 sound high for that one
     
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    Same here....$350 more and you got a brand newbie from TSC.
     
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    Iagree to much... but I like the two angle frame work that cradels the log from rolling off.
     
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    I agree that the price is high..... A few hundred more and you could have a new one.

    Most new splitters are compact, and easy to haul in the woods.

    The info said it had new rings & head gasket.... (Runs OK... But needs some adjusting)

    You wouldn't want to pay that much, and then have to work on it. (JMHO)
     
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