This NorthStar Horizontal/Vertical Log Splitter is powered by a quality Honda GX160 OHV engine with idle control to split logs up to 25in. long. Features a 2-stage Concentric pump, which decreases cycle time by delivering high flow/low pressure when there is no resistance and low flow/high pressure when cutting through a log. Uses a horizontal shaft engine, engineered for a long life with auto idle/throttle control that also saves fuel and reduces noise. Patented log stripper clears log from retracting wedge. Log cradle prevents split wood from falling onto the ground. Add exclusive NorthStar 4-way wedge wings #1143, sold separately and split logs 3 times faster. Gross Torque 7.6 at 2,500, Engine Honda GX160, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Continuous Force Tons 27.8, Cycle Time sec. 17, Automatic Cylinder Return Yes, Engine Displacement cc 160, Cylinder 4.5 in. x 24in., Max. PSI 3,500, Max. Log Size L x W in. 25 x 16, Pump Concentric 11 GPM, 2-stage, Ball Coupler in. 2, Jack Stand Yes, Lights No, Log Cradle Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 90 x 43 x 42, Fenders No, Fuel Capacity gal. 0.82, Product Type Horizontal/vertical splitter, Ram Force Tons 30, Tire Size 4.80 x 8, Log Lift No, Oil Reservoir gal. 8.5, Pre-assembled Assembly required. Auto idle/throttle control for extended engine life, improved fuel economy and reduced engine noise 2-stage pump allows the log splitter to achieve the same pressures as a single stage pump, while using less horsepower Horizontal-shaft engines can expect a lifetime that is up to five times longer than the lifetime of a vertical shaft engine Industrial-grade full beam construction Coupler for 2in. ball High speed tires for towing up to 45 MPH Included engine guard protects engine from split logs 8.5 gallons hydraulic oil not included Replacement parts are available through Northern Tool Parts Department 1-800-270-0810
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I have recently purchased the northstar 30 ton log splitter and I must admit it was a terrible buy. After assembling the splitter both tank fittings leaked hydrolic fluid. Also The piston and the beam are much to heavy for the frame, legs and hinges to support. The outrigger legs are very hard to work with especially in the yard on uneven surfaces. If the center of the splitter was pushed forward then it would be a decent machine. This splitter is not user friendly. Only thing good about this machine is the Honda motor which can be found on cheaper easier to use log splitters