Tow-behind Log Splitter

This Tow Behind Log Splitter can be used in either the vertical or horizontal position and is capable of cutting logs up to 23" in length.

To make the most out of your rental be sure to plan ahead.

  1. Get all the logs you want to split together in advance
  2. Be sure everything is cut down to at least 23"
  3. If you can't get the log splitter to your logs work out a way to get the logs to the log splitter - there's nothing worse than having all the logs behind a fence you can't fit the log splitter through.
  4. Prepare an area about 15' x 15' for splitting your logs. Make sure there are no obstructions or hazards in that area - having an open work area is safer for you and the equipment.

Most customers lose valuable time by starting to get organized AFTER they've rented the machine. Doing a little prep-work an hour or two before picking up the splitter will make using it that much easier.