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    Hi, Just wanted to introduce myself. I do machine shop work and have just started building log splitters on the side. My first one is just about done and I will post some pictures soon. It has a hydraulic 4 way splitter with a lift table. Hope I can help others with there splitters with any questions.

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    Thank You. I noticed that there are a lot of questions on the log lift and what size cylinder to use. I am using a 6 inch cylinder and it works just fine. The secret is where to put the mounting hole on your I beam and where to mount it on the table. It takes a little work to figure this out but I am more then willing to send pictures of mine help any way I can.

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    Welcome to TBN

    I moved your thread to the Build-It Yourself Forum.

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    Welcome! Looking forward to pics.

    A log splitter is something I've been working on in the spare time too, always nice to see other implementations.

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    sharp101 welcome to the forum
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