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edporch

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I'd rather just cut and split the wood I use for my fireplace insert by hand.
My fat old self can sure use the exercise, and it's a lot easier on the pocketbook!
 

CampingJosh

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Would happen to recall the brand? I’m looking at a few of them. Just trying to get an idea of any potential problems with any one brand over the other.
It's a Dyna Products model SC-16. He can do 5 cords per hour if someone is keeping the logs loaded.

He's been happy with it.
 

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Awesome thanks! I’ve looked at dyna as well as a dozen others. I think I’m most interested in the Hudson forestry models. They are economic and I know they make good equipment.
we burn a lot of wood and have a lot of friends that burn wood as well. It will pay for itself quickly
 

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I like the TR-1, the only way we stay up with it is when my youngest is here from Atlanta. He helps me some with the wood gathering, but usually the woodsplitter.jpg work.jpg gardener has him working on her landscaping projects.
 

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