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My splitting axe and maul are both fiskers. the maul isn't holding up as well as I'd like, and I might find out just how good fisker's warranty is at some point soon.I have an excellent Fiskars Maul… but I have +/- 20 cords to split, doubt I could even split one with it at this point in life.
I prefer the maul over the woodsplitter but it beats me up too much. My thumbs, shoulder, and hip can't take it anymore. I bought in on a powered woodsplitter co-op. It's loud, efficient, tedious, and doesn't care whether the wood's green or not. It's a 25 ton Splitmaster with a Honda engine. Very much like the one profdlp bought.What brand did you buy? I’m in the market right now. I use my small electric splitter as long as I can (for peace and quiet) but inevitably I reach the point where the the big guns must be called in!
mine was delayed also, and I was told they're about 2 weeks out once delivery is made. Mailed 9/15, delivered 9/27, I should hopefully have results by 10/11.Does anyone know the turnaround time to expect on an oil analysis from Blackstone Labs? My oil sample was delivered to them on 9/22 (tracking number) and I haven’t heard anything. Also my card has not been charged. I just wrote their customer service to see what the usual timeframe is.
On my Liberty, it looks like a 3 year old could change the water pump as it just has the electric fan. The thermostat is a project I don't like as it is connected to the lower hoseAlso, how hard would you say it is to replace a water pump? Or at least a bad thermostat… My Jeep never got above 175° today, both to and from work, on a 40 minute commute.
^ What Jeremy said. Just make sure you put it in the right way 'round. I did it backwards on a car many years ago and the experience was ... interesting ...Also, how hard would you say it is to replace a water pump? Or at least a bad thermostat… My Jeep never got above 175° today, both to and from work, on a 40 minute commute.