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Woodsplitter & Carrier In One
"I can split wood and throw it right in the carrier," says Delbert Enders, Bremen, Ind. about the log splitter attached to a wood carrier that he made.
"I have the splitter attached to the carrier's framework with one bolt. I can set the splitter at any height I want and can also easily remove it as needed. When dumping the carrier, the splitter swings up and locks in an up position."
"The carrier is 6 ft. wide, 4 1/2 ft. tall, 30 in. wide and holds one rack of wood. To unload the carrier, all I have to do is disconnect the top link of the 3 pt. hitch. The box will then dump as the hitch is raised," says Enders.
The splitter is powered off the tractor's hydraulics and has a 4-in. cylinder and a 24-in. stroke. The carrier is made of plywood bolted to an angle iron frame.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Delbert Enders, 67930 Gumwood Rd., Bremen, Ind. 46506 (ph 219 633-4629).

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1983 - Volume #7, Issue #5