22 Ton Huskee splitters

Shipper50 Posted By Shipper50, Sep 20, 2010 at 10:03 PM

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  1. Shipper50

    Minister of Fire 2.

    Nov 10, 2007
    Thanks for the sage advise. The old saying goes, your never too old to learn new tricks?

    I went to my local TSC yesterday and talked to the store manager and this is a new store and not where I bought my splitter. They have changed the design on the newer one alot. He couldn't offer me any help on where I might get the needed work done on mine. This store leaves alot to imagination in my opinion.

    I did ask him for the hell of it if I bought a new 22 ton splitter today what was the best he could do, and he said what the sticker says. $999 and he said they came down $100 recently. I paid $899 for mine 3 years ago and that was after a salesman said he had a coupon that would give me 10 % off.

    It looks like the changes they made to the new 22 ton splitters are for the better, they now have a log cradle built in the beam and have changed the engine somewhat.

  2. CK-1

    Feeling the Heat 2.

    Feb 10, 2006
    If you are having problems with your motor mounts (bolts).. I think someone mentioned earlier about using bigger bolts to secure the motor. I've done this recently on a older walkbehind mower last month. I would also use loctite on the bolts.
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