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Millers Falls Log Splitter 40-Ton

Millers Falls Log Splitter 40-Ton

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40t millers falls

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ive had this splitter fo about 5 months and have sheared of the coupling from pump to motor and i am struggling to get replacements parts any suggestions were i can purchase these parts 1/2 inch to 1 inch

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Best buys online are hopeless

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Freight took 12 days from Bayswater! Normally overnight -Told me all sorts of excuses. Sent wrong unit . I ordered Electric start sent recoil start, said they upgraded motor, unfortunately no where to mount battery said cable tie it, hydraulic hose kinked said don't worry about it! Best buys online are bad to deal with!

Purchased in May 2019 at Best & Less Online store for $1,800.00.

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Trevor
TrevorGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

Bought a 40T Log Splitter from Best Buys Online

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Had a problem with my log splitters - stopping & starting after assembly. I rang the company that I bought it from and the guy on the phone sorted the problem out quickly, turns out i didn't put enough oil in. I should have read the manual. Very helpful and professional service.

Rumple Stiltskin
Rumple StiltskinSouth East Queensland, QLD

Poor back up spare parts and communication .

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200+ metres and still going strong.

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I have had a 32 ton Millers Falls with a 5.5hp chonda for about 5 years. Cost about $1200. It has split well over 200 metres and never missed a beat. Had to weld the foot plate but after all that punishment I wouldn't expect any more from a $3000 splitter.

Great for the price

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Have had for 7 years and no major issues other than the footplate bent 7 degrees very early on however no further movement and does not impact performance. Design would be improved with additional heavy braces for the horizontal position. I split about 20 ton a year of redgum and box woods and has been very reliable. Currently in the process of retro fitting a hydraulic log lifter and manufacturing of a trailer so as can be towed and at a more comfortable working height. Over all been a great buy.

C.J
C.JNortheast, VIC

was impressed

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So I have a earlier model with the 13 hp chonda motor . Have been really happy with it. Ive had no problem with the battery going flat, I do clean the top of it after every use to make sure of this.
Unfortunately today, with less than fifty hours on it, I turned it off to move it to a new position and it wouldn't start with the starter motor. So I went the pull start and couldn't pull the cable. The motor is seized! Had done a oil change so maintenance has been done and checked oil level. Not so impressed now!

C.J
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John Craven
John CravenAU
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what a ripper

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Questions & Answers

Allan H
Allan Hasked

Looking to buy spare part. it is the alloy coupling between the valve control and the ram

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Chris W
Chris Wasked

6 year old splitter, Keeper plate (36) Broken, these are Cast Iron and act as a wear plate, Are they available as spares.

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Gary K.
Gary K.asked

my miller falls 40 ton splitter auto return control valve locks in the forward position rather than in the return position can this be adjusted to work in the opposite or is there a simple fix . have just replaced the seal on the hydraulic spool . Hope someone can help me. Gary

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CategoryRouters / Cutout Tools
Price (RRP)2295

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