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Could any one give me a bit of advice, I am thinking of buying a 12t or 14t log splliter on a trailer the type Riko sell, I need it for my own use but I wonder how much demand there is to hire them out and how much would you charge for a day rate? :thumbup:

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we've got one we made ourselves.

 

if its a regular tree customer, or mate, they can have it for nowt.

 

other than that its £40-00 per day, £60-00 for the weekend, or £150-00 for a week.

 

strictly on the understanding that if it breaks while they've got it, they pay for the repair

 

 

oh, and it goes full, so it better come back full. :lol:

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i have a trailed firewood processor and only hire it out with opperator its £220 day can do about 10 to 12 ton with a second person helping cuts ut to 15 inch

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Has anyone used a Wallenstein Log Splitter? They do several different log splitters on road towable trailers.

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Yes I have a Wallenstein WX540 and its awesome!

built like a tank and splits everything I have thrown at it, great honda engines on them too. I would recommend them to anyone.

Give Andrew a call from Wallenstein UK hes very helpfull!

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my riko is up for sale,,and they do a trailer for it,, could save you some pennies,,

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Has anyone used a Wallenstein Log Splitter? They do several different log splitters on road towable trailers.

 

The Wallestein are a brilliant machine, the range is quite large so Im sure you can find one to suit!

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