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Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter?

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Playing it safe....

01-18-2013 14:09:56
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I would say only let him stack the wood, it only takes one time of an accident and it is permanant.

No way.




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muleboss

01-18-2013 20:17:19
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 Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter? in reply to Playing it safe...., 01-18-2013 14:09:56  
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Sure, then he would only be able to smash his hand/



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GUIDO

01-18-2013 16:01:48
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 Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter? in reply to Playing it safe...., 01-18-2013 14:09:56  
Hello Playing it safe AKA Wile E,

Whats up with the handle? You should know that you can't hide!
Like Dalet said Guido.



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Dalet

01-18-2013 15:31:43
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 Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter? in reply to Playing it safe...., 01-18-2013 14:09:56  
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Hey Wile E, no offense, but if you want to reply use your name. I had my kids helping run the splitter at that age and have had no issues. Another year or two and good luck getting the kids to help.

I had more dangerous jobs as a kid then the kids do now.



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Bret4207

01-20-2013 05:37:34
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 Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter? in reply to Dalet, 01-18-2013 15:31:43  
My kids were 6-7 when they started running the valve. Seems a good age to me.



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Wile E

01-19-2013 03:33:24
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 Re: OT Good age to run a log splitter? in reply to Dalet, 01-18-2013 15:31:43  
I guess when you see a kid get seriously injured it hits hard and you would never want to see that.



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