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Log Splitter Manuals should be read whenever there is a question related to the function of the log splitter. Log Splitter instruction manuals can be found by following the links to our pages dedicated to the following log splitter manufacturers:
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Log Splitter Assembly – Log Splitters do not typically come fully assembled. Most log splitters require the wheels and handles (if provided) to be assembled to the log splitter. Assembly instructions are available in the manuals.
How to start a Log Splitter – Log Splitter starting procedures vary from log splitter to log splitter. Some use recoil type pull starters.
How to operate the Log Splitter – Log Splitters are operated using a control valve.
How to change the oil in a Log Splitter – The most prevalent type of log splitter is the gasoline log splitter. The same fuel used to power our cars and lawn mowers can be used to power gasoline log splitters.
How often to change the oil in a Log Splitter engine – The most prevalent type of log splitter is the gasoline log splitter. The same fuel used to power our cars and lawn mowers can be used to power gasoline log splitters.
How often to change the hydraulic fluid filter in a Log Splitter – Log splitters which use hydraulic fluid circulate that fluid through a filter to keep the fluid system free of debris. The filter change frequency is typically based upon the number of hours that the log splitter has been in use since the last filter change.
How often to safely tow a Log Splitter – Log splitters equipped with wheels and a tongue may be towed behind vehicles with a hitch. Be sure to obey all local laws when towing a log splitter. Most manufacturers recommend a maximum speed of 45 MPH (conditions permitting).
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