I'm really getting a bug for a splitter. The Husky 22 ton would fit my needs just fine. I don't burn a lot of wood, maybe a cord and a half a year. I'm trying to get several years ahead. I've got almost three cords split and stacked and close to two cords in rounds that need to be split and access to more wood than I can ever burn. My neighbor burns a little in their open fireplace. ( I have a wood stove.) but he sells a few cords a year. I really can't justify spending a thousand bucks on a splitter. So, I'm thinking about asking him to go in for half with me. We are good, long term friends and often help each other out in different ways. We live about 100 yards apart and either of us have a place to store it. I'm thinking we could get our personal supplies done (of course we'd help each other) and then we could build up a supply so that we could peddle a few cords each year. I haven't approached him about it but is there any reason why this wouldn't work. Anyone else ever invested in a partnership like this?