Tractor Log splitter and wood Splitter
A wheeled trailer frame is provided including front and rear ends and equipped with a forwardly projecting tongue for releasable coupling to and support from a draft vehicle. A rearwardly and upwardly inclined elongated guide structure is supported from the frame and an upstanding forwardly facing splitting wedge is supported from the rear portion of the guide structure. A pressure member is supported on the guide structure forward of the wedge for guided movement along the guide structure toward and away from the wedge and hierarchy is operatively connected between the frame and thus the pressure member for moving the latter along the guide structure toward the wedge. The guide structure has elongated trough structure supported relative thereto defining a trough extending along and having the guide structure as its bottom. The channel structure extends both to the front and rear of the wedge and comprises a transverse portion rearward of the design structure forming a continuation thereof. The rear upper end of the channel structure is spaced within four and five feet rearward of the wedge and at an elevation of roughly five feet above A level against which the wheels of the trailer and so the tongue of the trailer rest.
Various kinds of log splitting trailers and other similar compact tractor attachments heretofore are designed like many others. However, these previously known kinds of log splitting compact tractor attachments aren't particularly compatible for trailing into wooded areas where trees are felled and their trunk and limb portions are dig desired lengths for subsequent splitting. additionally , these previously known kinds of log splitting compact tractor attachments, if equipped with structure for loading split leg sections into a vehicle load bed, are complex and expensive to plug .
Accordingly, a requirement exists for a trailable hydraulic log of straightforward design and which may be utilized in conjunction with a vehicle supported load bed to load split log sections into the load bed as a sequence of the log section splitting process.
Another object of this invention is to provide a tractor log during accordance with the preceding object and constructed during a fashion whereby the split log section elevating and conveying feature thereof requires no additional power apart from the power supplied to the hydraulic ram of the hydraulic log splitter.
A further important object of this invention is to provide a hydraulic log splitter for sale which may be readily transported to remote wooded locations.
Still another principal object of this invention is to provide a tractor log splitter for sale inside the type of a trailer and which may consequently be trailed behind a load bed equipped vehicle to and of the wooded log splitting and split log segment loading location.
Yet another object of this invention is to provide a hydraulic log splitter for sale including convenient support surfaces thereon for supporting large split half log sections preparatory to further splitting of the larger half log sections into smaller quarter log sections.
A final object of these compact tractor attachments for sale to be specifically enumerated herein is to provide a tractor log splitter of the trailer type in accordance with the preceding objects and which may conform to plain kinds of manufacture, be of straightforward construction and easy to use so on provide a tool which can be economically feasible, long lasting and relatively trouble-free operational.