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Log Splitter Modification

If you heat with wood a log splitter is a necessity. Here are three little modifications that will make your log splitter even more useful.

1. Make a simple platform to keep the split wood from falling off of the splitter, especially the back side.

2. A second platform or shelf on the frame is extremely useful when splitting larger pieces. Lay half on the shelf while you split the other half, it saves a lot of bending over.

3. Paint a mark at the maximum length of the pieces you can burn in your stove. Mine is 18", so anything past the mark has to go back to the chain saw.

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