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  1. 135man

    DIY Log Splitter?

    Would that be plenty strong ?
  2. 135man

    DIY Log Splitter?

    What would be the best size Rsj 8x4 or 10x6
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    Stihl ms 181c-be

    I want a saw for cutting up small stuff have a lot of goats willow around these parts and want a log splitter for big stuff. A neighbour brought me a lot of pig pine that fell in storms here, nobody around these parts (Southern Ireland) has a log splitter as people burn peat most of the time
  4. 135man

    Stihl ms 181c-be

    Going getting a new saw and had a look at this saw what are they like I'm a newbie with chainsaws normally get a fella in to cut wood for me but would like to cut for myself when needed thanks
  5. 135man

    Goats willow

    A neighbour is clearing land here which has a lot of goats willow and he asked me do I want it, I was just wondering is this good firewood thanks
  6. 135man

    Pto Log splitter

    Does flowfit sell oil coolers and pto pumps also what tank would be the best I was thinking of the tank with all the accessories as I've a complete novice about building hydraulics !!
  7. 135man

    Pto Log splitter

    I was on to flowfit and they said I need a 180L tank is this too big I see a lot of pto log splitters and the tank doesn't seem too big!
  8. 135man

    Pto Log splitter

    The log splitter ram is 16.5 ton ram, 100mm bore 50mm rod and 400mm stroke
  9. 135man

    Pto Log splitter

    Hello I'm new to this. I'm going making a log splitter and I will be running it off my tractors pto a mf 135 I'm just wondering what capacity tank I would need for hydraulic oil and where would I pick up a pto pump thanks.


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