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Wood Splitting Accessories

Woodchuck Log Jack smGas- and electric-powered log splitters save time and money while making the chore of splitting wood more tolerable and even enjoyable. The same theory applies for these accessories that add convenience, safety and more effacement use of time spent in the woodlot.

Timberjack

The timberjack is a simple yet invaluable tool. You can safely and easily move heavy logs, then securely tilt them upwards for comfortable and efficient sawing. The timberjack saves your chain and back from unnecessary strain and stress, while preventing a saw blade from dulling when it hits the ground. The Timberjack available from DR Power is regularly priced at $99.99. It’s on sale now for $89.99

8-Foot Firewood Rack

Take the guesswork out of measuring stacked wood while keeping it neatly stored off the ground with the 8-Foot Firewood Rack available from DR Power. Made of rugged steel, the Firewood Rack keeps split logs off the ground so they dry quicker and stay in prime condition. This eight-footer holds one full rick of wood when filled. Buy two and you have basically a full chord of wood stacked 4 feet high, 8-feet long and 4-feet wide. The 8-Foot Firewood Rack is regularly priced at $89.99. Buy it now for $79.99

Firewood Moisture Meter

Freshly chopped firewood is 50% or more water content. When wood gets down to 20% it’s ready to burn. You can determine when it’s ready with the Firewood Moisture Meter available from DR Power. Found out when firewood is ready to burn instantly by inserting the probes into the wood surface. The Firewood Moisture Meter is regularly priced at $49.99. Get it now for $39.99

Log Holder

Cut firewood or lumber off the ground without worrying about the wood slipping. The teeth of the all-steel Log Holder keep wood in place for safe, effective cuts. It’s lightweight and folds up for easy storage and transport. Save your back and chain saw with this handy accessory. The Log Holder is available from DR Power at a regular price of $169.99. Buy it now for $149.99

Woodchuck Log Jack

The handy Woodchuck Log Jack holds large logs off the ground. That makes cutting them with a chainsaw safer and easier. Save your chain from hitting the ground while reducing the strain on your back. The Woodchuck Log Jack is available from DR Power for a regular price of $99.99. Buy it now for $89.99.

Dr Power Equipment offers a full line of high-quality log splitters, as well as products to support work in your woodlot. When purchasing a log splitter, to help make the best buying decision, get your free buyer’s guide here.

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