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RAllison

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That time of year again...I love splitting wood!
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My splitter consists of an axe, 6 or 8 lb maul and probably multiple choice words. I do like using a tire, set the chunk inside the tire, split and move on. Works really well...
Until a few years ago, I was in the same, manual labor club.
These days, I let the tractor idle quietly and the Splitter speed is fast enough
 

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I actually don't mind it, up here in PA, locust wood is plentiful and it splits very well. Elm, hickory or maple on the other hand... I curse like a sailor.
Your locust wood must be a mite different than my black locust wood. My locust is the reason I bought a hydraulic power splitter. I still use the manual one for the straight grained ash.
 

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