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Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio

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gtractorfan

02-17-2013 10:57:42
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The picture of your dad behind the 730 splitting wood while the snow flies reminds me that I've thought it would be fun to have a half open shed to work under on days like that, maybe with an elevator to pile up (or load a truck) the split wood outside. Nice pictures.




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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to gtractorfan, 02-17-2013 10:57:42  
When I used to split wood I had a setup inside the open front cattle shed. There was barely room to back a hayrack full of logs in beside the splitter. I could stand between the hay rack and splitter and pivot on one foot to grab another piece and there was no picking up from the ground. The hayrack still has a few chain saw marks from cutting those logs. On the other side of the splitter I had a 20 or 24 foot, can't quite remember, Case elevator that ran it up to a wagon. It sat in the wagon for a year to dry before I used it. Dad would come out from town and split for an hour or so every day just to have something to do. It'd take him about a month to split up the hayrack load.Jim

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