Sorry I don't have many pictures of our wood splitter but here is one when I was playing around making some kindling out of some half rotten wood. It is an MTD 20 ton with a 5 hp Briggs & Stratton engine. We bought this splitter new back in the 1980's and have split well over 300 cord of wood with it; all trouble free. Well, one little exception. One day the knot came undone on the pull cord so had to re-knot it. The engine is probably on it's last leg now but we'll run it as long as we can because oil is still cheaper than metal. I do have to stop about every hour and add oil but by then I am really wanting to stop anyway. lol We know of 3 other folks who have a splitter exactly like ours and the only one I am aware of with problems is that one fellow had to replace his motor and did so with a cheap Harbor Freight motor. I plan on buying one from the Small Engine Warehouse when we get a new one.