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Looking for info on HUSS Mfg Log Splitters

Posted by wmlynch68 MN (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 6, 08 at 16:26

I have an opportunity to by a HUSS gas powered wood splitter and I have trouble finding any information on it. Has anyone heard of this brand of log splitter. The one I'm interested in has a 5HP B&S engine. On the cylinder it has Honest "Abe" Huss Mfg. and if I wrote the model number correctly its #10350.

Since I can't find a website of the manufacturer I'm assuming they were either bought out or not in business anymore.

Any information on this brand of log/wood splitter would be
greatly appreciated.

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RE: Looking for info on HUSS Mfg Log Splitters

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Mon, Oct 6, 08 at 21:56

There are a lot of small manufacturers building log splitters, they are really not complicated. As long as the fittings are common size and thread, replacement parts are readily available.

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