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Old 01-26-2007, 10:59 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by BBQchef33
Heres the mini splitters i was talking about. there is also one that hooks to a compressor. I like splittin wood manually with a maul and saw.. find it relaxing...... but some logs are just too damn thick or stubborn and this thing will come in handy for those big ones. They aint all that expensive.

http://www.minisplitter.com/
You still using this thing Phil?

I'm thinking of getting one for those days when I feel "not so fresh"....
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