/ 3 Point Log Splitter
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walker450

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Yes it is slow as hell, that is at 1400RPM and PTO speed is approx 2200RPM I believe. Increasing throttle beyond 1400 makes it cycle only slightly faster and isn't worth the extra wear and fuel burn in my opinion.

It's what I have and it works fine for me, I'm not in business it's just personal use.
 
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When we first moved here it was firewood. My ancient Ponderosa pines are 24" to 36" on the butt. I tried a splitter maul - ABSOLUTELY no go. I looked at a 3-point splitter and a stand alone splitter. I chose the stand alone splitter. I could get the stand alone low enough to the ground that I did not have to lift the rounds. Dig a shallow trench with the bucket - roll the splitter into this trench. The splitter was then just about the same height as the ground.

For the first ten years or so - five full cords of firewood every year. Then we went to pellets for the next fifteen years or so. Now it's electric heat.
 
 
 
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