Another Chinese built Super Split inspired flywheel splitter.

KiwiBro

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Here they come, at least in NZ.
I wonder how long this iteration of the copies lasts before something/s break:
[video=youtube;u8mBKAiu7XM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8mBKAiu7XM[/video]
Price: $3500 NZD.
 
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nhlogga

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Looks ok. The DR version is the best SS knockoff I have seen. Can't beat the original SS. My grandfather bought one in '79 and ran them till he retired. Usually did 8 or more cords/ day.
 

KiwiBro

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Looks ok. The DR version is the best SS knockoff I have seen. Can't beat the original SS. My grandfather bought one in '79 and ran them till he retired. Usually did 8 or more cords/ day.
8 real cords? That's about 28m3, which is really pushing it and just not sustainable for me here with my SS. He must have had a pretty good set-up and some great wood, pre-cut and ready for splitting to do those sorts of numbers.
 
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8 real cords? That's about 28m3, which is really pushing it and just not sustainable for me here with my SS. He must have had a pretty good set-up and some great wood, pre-cut and ready for splitting to do those sorts of numbers.
2 guys sometimes 3. 1 cutting 1 stacking then 1 split and 1 put wood on conveyor. I used to cut/split/load 4 full cords per day.
 

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