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Swisher Log Splitter Reviews: Continuing Innovative Cutting Power

Swisher Log Splitter Reviews for Continuing Power

A dependable log splitter is a must for when you are cutting larger wood piles for firewood and land clearing cleanup. These machines can save you time and money over time, and are invaluable for keeping you from becoming physically fatigued when you have multiple cords to cut at any given time. With a wide …

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Best Manual Log Splitter: Working Under Your Own Power

Man split the wood using log splitter

Keeping a good pile of split firewood on hand is a convenient way to make a quick fire for warmth, ambiance, or social gatherings around a firepit. Wood can burn fairly quickly overall, and knowing your stockpile won’t run out anytime soon is helpful. Making that stockpile is an entirely different story. If the idea …

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How Much are Log Splitters and Where to Buy Them?

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Now that’s fall is upon us, those of you that have to start your indoor fires are faced with yet another tedious and exhausting chore: splitting up logs to make firewood. Thankfully, there is an invention that can simplify this task considerably, provided you are willing to invest hundreds of dollars for one. The invention …

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What Size Hydraulic Pump Should I Use for My Log Splitter?

Know Which Size Hydraulic Pump You Need for a Log Splitter

Log splitters are designed with a simple process in mind: to split logs efficiently. To do so, almost all use a hydraulic system to pressurize the driving force of the splitting wedge. When you purchase a log splitter, you don’t have to worry much about the individual parts other than for basic maintenance needs and …

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