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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-splitter-1.jpg Thanks CliffordK This is the first Pic where I build the side tables .. Small table where she stands and a larger one for the in feed side..

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Glad you got the photos working.
    It looks nice.

    Is the table on the left for loading the splitter, and on the right for unloading? Of course, you still have half the split piece on each side, but I assume it is easy enough to shove it aside.

    It is hard to tell height from here, but I assume the left table is at the same height as the bar in the splitter.

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-dsc00003.jpg This is the hinges going on to the lift table,, I used 1" black pipe and some 1" rod stock I had kicking around,,

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Quote Originally Posted by CliffordK View Post
    Glad you got the photos working.
    It looks nice.

    Is the table on the left for loading the splitter, and on the right for unloading? Of course, you still have half the split piece on each side, but I assume it is easy enough to shove it aside.

    It is hard to tell height from here, but I assume the left table is at the same height as the bar in the splitter.
    The table on the right is just there to give a place to slide the split piece out onto the accumulator table..

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-splitter3.jpg Here is the accumulator table done,, As she splits she fills up this table and then throws them in the loader to take to the pile,,

    I have to wait for the wife to load more pic's on the stick so I can show you more..

    The whole thing when stored in the barn will fold up so that it keeps the same footprint as before,,,

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-dscn0001.jpg This is the first test run after all the hydraulics were installed,,,

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-dscn0004.jpg Weight test is done now for a log,, Opps I forgot to put on the stabilizer bar.. I'll install it before the log though..

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-dscn0006.jpg The real weight test,, notice the support leg on the other side of the lift table.. After she finished 6 cord with it this year she found that you could fill the table then just roll them up to you when ready ..

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    Log Splitter lift table build-dscn0011.jpg Final test in the garage,, She likes it,,

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    Default Re: Log Splitter lift table build

    One thing she did find out while using it is if you get real round big ones,,, Don't lift too fast.. One rolled right through the splitter onto the ground,, She stepped out of the way.. We didn't get pictures of it out in the field but still have a few apple tree butts to do,,

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