I just ran across these pictures over on a Deere enthusiast site: I have a 1973 110 that's in rough shape but now I'm pretty motivated to fix it up! The 110s are pretty stout garden tractors and a far cry from the junk you'll see on the showroom floor of Sears, etc... They're powered by 10 HP Kohler engines and are all equipped with a PTO pulley that can belt drive anything from a snow thrower to an air compressor. I plan to copy this design using a 16 GPM 2 stage pump and a 4" x 24" cylinder. With that combo I should have about 30 tons of splitting force. The beauty of this is will be having a log splitter that I can simply drive to the woodpile. Then I can split it all, throw it in a trailer, and pull it with the tractor to wherever I need it. I have a piece of land that I cut that this will be perfect for as I can't get my truck very close to the deadfall I'm cutting. With this I can trailer the 110 (log splitter attached) to the property, drive the tractor right to the cutting site, ferry the splits to the truck with the tractor, and load it all up and head home. Once the weather gets nicer, stay tuned for details/pics.