Powerhorse Horizontal Dual Split Log Splitter - 20-Ton, 208cc Powerhorse Engine
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- Dependable Powerhorse OHV engine with cast iron sleeve
- Low oil shutdown, dual ball bearings, forged crankshaft
- 2-stage pump produces 11 GPM
- Splits logs up to 25in.L x 16in. dia.
- Splits with both the extend and retract stroke, delivering twice as many splits per cycle
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The Powerhorse log splitter is compact, powerful and innovatively designed, giving homeowners one of the most productive log splitters on the market! This unique unit splits logs in both directions, saving time and increasing productivity. Your Powerhorse log splitter combines quality and value in a high-production machine - supported by rigorous testing and use in the field - elevating technology to a new level of performance. Some assembly required.
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But for my time and money, cutting and splitting 3 to 4 chords a season, this is as close to perfection as I would ever hope for. The non-hydraulic, flywheel types are a little faster but require you to put both hands on the controls (off the log) for obvious reasons. This design seems much safer.
I researched the products available took me about a month, visited a few outlets then dropped on the Powerhorse online. It came as advised took me around three and a half hours to construct by hand with no lifts or jacks just carefully planned leverage (and a block of wood), of the various components, to get them where they needed to be.
The longest job was sorting the bag of nuts, bolts, etc into their respective sets and off I went. I put an hour/rpm meter on the engine so I could keep an eye on run times for servicing. I have 9.3 hours on my meter so far and wood for this winter and probably half of next is split and stacked. I have a wood rack off the ground 5' high by 45' long by 42' wide I have room only for 1 more cord of wood my work has been cut in half by this splitter. Being able to cut in both directions is a real winner too, who wants to wait around for the returning ram, brilliant idea.
Thank you Powerhorse and thanks for a great price.
For the money (under 1k) this thing has earned it's keep! So far, it comes Highly recommended by me!