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Re: Log Splitter CYLINDER

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LOU from Wi.

11-04-2012 16:49:07

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Only difference I can see will be the length of log you will be able to fit into the cradle, it will be 3 inches shorter.As for power of the cylinder or speed, the link below you add your numbers to the boxes and it will show you the difference in speed or power.LOU

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11-04-2012 17:01:04

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 Re: Log Splitter CYLINDER in reply to LOU from Wi., 11-04-2012 16:49:07  
Thanks Lou---I think it is 3 inches longer--the one I want to use.

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11-04-2012 17:57:40

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 Re: Log Splitter CYLINDER in reply to lenray, 11-04-2012 17:01:04  
Lou Has is Right. The longer cylinder will decrease the log length by 3 inches. Unless you are cutting the existing mounts and rewelding them. Another thing to think about is if the current ram and wedge or push block (depending ou your configuration) go all the way to the other end of the splitter; will the new cylinder cause things to hit when fully extended?

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11-04-2012 18:10:02

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 Re: Log Splitter CYLINDER in reply to JohnDeere720GA, 11-04-2012 17:57:40  
OK I see what you mean---I should have mentioned that I was moving the new cylinder back to a new mounting---I didn't explain it very well.


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