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Log splitters
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Robert    Posted 05-31-2004 at 10:14:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Looking for a good quality horizontal log splitter, and your personal evaluations of any and all brands. Also Honda engine over Brigs?Any useful help will be appreciated ( price and links).I live in upstate NY. Thanks. Robert

Chas in Me    Posted 05-31-2004 at 15:49:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
There is a great company in NY named HUD-SON. Look them up on the internet. I met them at a trade show for the logging industry. They handle all sorts of equipment.

Clod    Posted 05-31-2004 at 11:43:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
If you get a Honda engine you might want to get the float bowl chromed.They rust down here and clog the carb up with rust.They are not cheap carbs either.I expect more folks will reccomend the Japaneese brand motor.As they do the Japanesse cars over American brands.I do not know the facts on quality betwen the two nationalities of engines/cars.But my feeling is that the public has been brainwashed into buy foreign made products.There is a celebrity in Houston who test autos/trucks then writes them up in the big newspaper.He graduated as an actor from college.He knows not between a modulator and a rocker arm. As for the types of available spillters.I know nothing either.

Herb    Posted 05-31-2004 at 20:48:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
I think the vertical ones are much easier to use. I've had better experience with the Honda engines. They are very good.

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