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Log splitting guide.

A Hydraulic splitting starting point for choosing a splitter.

  1. WeldrDave
    This guide is from Yardmax splitters and Log splitters direct, This is a good reference point for buying a new splitter. Hope it's helpful!
    T.Jeff Veal, mat60 and Eric VW like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. barns1
    Charts are very easy to read, great quick reference for those of us that can't remember things. Thank you.
  2. Dumf
    Neat chart.
    Like to see the "stringiness" of wood such as Apple, Elm that don't have straight grain. My DR 10 ton electric will easily ( but SLOWLY) do 20" butts. Gone away from noisy, smelly, high maintenance gas splitters.
  3. T.Jeff Veal
  4. Eric VW
    Eric VW
    Great resource Dave!
    Our 22 ton Champion must be underrated because it’s split bigger than 24” green (many different species) with no problems. Thanks for putting this info here!