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Quality Craft Foot-Operated Log Splitter - 1.5-Ton Capacity, Model# LSF-001
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1.5 tons of pressure splits wood easily by simply stepping on the foot plate and using body weight to depress the lever. Splits logs up to 18in. long and 10in. in diameter. Folds flat for easy transport, making it ideal for camping, cookouts and field work. Ram Force (Tons): 1.5, Continuous Force (Tons): 1.5, Operation: Foot-operated, Max. Log Size L x W (in.): 18 x 10, Lights: N.A
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Update: still giving it 5 stars but, I did notice on logs with multiple or large knots the splitter stopped ractheting, a hit with a dead blow hammer on the end of the log got it going again. Sometimes flipping the log and starting over did the job. I'll stay away from logs that look like they'll be a problem and probably stick with 6" dia and under.
So far So good!
By David Zucker on January 1, 2015
5-6 pumps with you leg and crack goes the wood! Don't expect it to perform miracles and use it within its limits and the tool will work great for you and should last at least the two years that mine has. I expect many more years out of it as the thing feels solid and pretty well made.
I also use it to split the hardwood planks that I have for kindling. Kneel down next to it and just use your hand to push down and you can get into a real good groove splitting up the planks. Its actually easier and neater than using the hatchet!