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Re: Log splitter engine hard to pull.

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d beatty

10-19-2012 07:38:24
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I have a 35 ton with a B&S 15.5 single cylinder engine that I bought new from TSC. Mine has allways pulled through hard from day one and have had it kicked back several times. Your right when it does kick back it rips the cord out of you hand.




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Bud in WV

10-19-2012 10:36:41
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 Re: Log splitter engine hard to pull. in reply to d beatty, 10-19-2012 07:38:24  
Same machine, same supplier. This one always pulled easy and fired of with 1 or 2 pulls. It 'bout rips my fingers off now! Any chance you have a model number for your engine? I've found the series, the cc and the serial but no model number so I can pull up the manual for a schematic.

It's probably not necessary but having a pic is somewhat comforting when you're not real familiar with a motor. Thanks!

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Billy NY

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 Re: Log splitter engine hard to pull. in reply to Bud in WV, 10-19-2012 10:36:41  
These are made by SPeeco, for TSC as I think they're the only one with the Huskee brand.

Speeco did offer all of these or I thought when I last looked, with B&S or Honda. The 28 ton model I bought 2nd hand has a Honda GCR 190 in it, but I believe the speeco version could be had with a Honda 240, the one with the metal gas tank, painted white, the latter of which were always real easy to start work on and sure as heck are reliable too.

Thats why I opted to find one with a Honda, when you think about this kind of splitter, you really can build em or modify them to your liking, I'd like the 35 ton if it has a larger hydraulic reservoir, 16 GPM pump and a Honda engine, but the one I have now certainly does all I need and the GCR 190 not only starts easily, also is easy on fuel.

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