Seems like it never ends

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Seems like it never ends

Post by Puff » October 3rd, 2014, 3:46 pm

I have pictures like this going back 7-8 years. Took this one today. Some of these logs are so heavy I could hardly lift them up to the tailgate
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everything here is oak
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Re: Seems like it never ends

Post by Big T » October 3rd, 2014, 7:31 pm

That should last a while! I've got a couple of piles like that one that needs to be split but all I have is an axe so I'm waiting on it to cool off a little bit.


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Re: Seems like it never ends

Post by Puff » October 3rd, 2014, 8:57 pm

This splitter was homemade and was built from 8" I beam and concrete block loader ram. The wedge is 14" tall and was made from the old blade of a bull dozer and is tempered. I've split almost 26" wide logs with this.

I too wait til the temps drop a bit. After standing next to the firebox in the summer, I've had enough


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