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 06-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 5497
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I am interested in obtaining a 3 pt mounted log splitter for my NH 1925. The dealer where I bought the tractor has ordered a splitter from Bachtold Brothers. Due to some problems I have had with this dealer(I'll post my story later), I'm not sure if I want to buy from him or not. I belive the splitter is rated at 16 ton @ 2500 psi. I am wondering if the hyd. pump on the 1925 will run this splitter (split 18" - 30" hickory and oak)? It has a 4" clyinder and 4" I beam, 24" stroke with a 7"+- wedge. I saw it last week and I was not too impressed, but I have not seen it operate yet. Cost of the Bachtold is around $700, which is about my limit. Would a PTO driven splitter be better? Any information would be greatly appreciated.






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 06-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 5498
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Sorry - Splitter not slitter.






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 06-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 5499
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I am not aware of a PTO driven log splitter. If you find one please let me know. I have a tractor with PTO but no auxillary hydraulics. FYI Northern Tool & Equipment Company (formerly Northern Hydraulics) lists a "3-Point Hitch Splitter for Tractors * Solid 4" x 4" H-beam reinforced frame * Splits up to 24" logs FAST! Fits class I and II tractors. Includes 8" high wedge, valve mount, heavy duty slide, cylinder mounts and 4" bore x 24" stroke cylinder. Has fittings to hook up cylinder and standard valve. Does not include hydraulic hoses or quick disconnects. Ships truck freight. Ship Wt. 344 lbs. Item# 1172-C139 Discount Price $399.99" You can place an order or get a catalog by calling 1-800-533-5545.






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 06-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 5500
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I should of said PTO driven hydraulic pump. Timberwolf has a splitter that is powered by tractor hydraulics and one that comes with a hydraulic pump that is powered by the PTO. Their splitters retail around $1300 w/o pump and $1750 w/ PTO pump. Thanks for the information on Northern Tool & Equipment. Their splitter sounds real similiar to the one I'm looking at. When they say "Has fittings to hook up cylinder and standard valve.", does it come with a standard valve?






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www.timberwolfcorp.com






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 06-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 5507
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Kevin,My understanding is that the Northern 3 point splitter is priced without a control valve so that you can order the appropriate valve for your tractor's hydraulic system (open or closed). Northern also offers two models of PTO tractor pumps in the $321.99 to $329.99 range. If you run one of these you will also need a hydraulic flud tank and filter. The entire rig should be under a grand. The Temberwolf is a good looking rig.






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 06-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 5517
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 Log Slitter for NH 1925

Have you ever heard of a Unicorn log splitter? It is a simple, non-hydraulic, screw-type machine that runs direct off the PTO. I have one, and it works really well. Brand-new they run around $400, and I got mine used for $250. Some people have an initial concern about safety, but aside from avoiding loose clothing (always a good idea around a tractor no matter what) the Unicorn is no better or worse than a hydraulic splitter in my opinion.Good luck!






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 06-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 5574
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Check out the Tractor Supply Company, they sell a vert/hort splitter for $550. They have a website- http://tractorsupplyco.com/






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