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5 hours ago, Rocket ronnie said:

hi dan maynard. are the posch log splitters any good?

Bought one fairly recently, I don't think you could find something it couldn't split. I'm not going to try it but I think it would cut railway sleepers across the grain. Mine is a 30 ton pto version so possibly bigger than most would need (including me tbh).

My only real complaint is the table isn't big enough for my liking but no big deal to make something to cure that.


Wilson Machinery, easy to deal with and quick delivery. In fact so quick I was surprised when it arrived.

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As above, I've not had mine long but very pleased with it. Not cheap but well built.

I bought the Spaltaxt 6 as I wanted an electric splitter for my own wood and sell a few cube. Doesn't have the power to split really knotty stuff, but ram speed and especially return speed is good (for electric) and I like the table working position. If I get really knotty bits I just throw them away, not worth time messing around as there is always another log.

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