Can increasing rod size improve cycle time on a souped-up log splitter? RuggedMade tackles that question in our search for speed! Watch as Nick and Jared find out.
Can you guess how long it will take for a souped-up log splitter to fill an IBC tote? The answer may surprise you. Watch the team put our splitter to the test.
Many people ask us about supercharging a log splitter by adding a bigger engine and hydraulic pump. We converted an RS-322 log splitter and rolled it out for a field test to measure the results.
Catch the duel in the woodyard as Dusty pits an older log splitter against his new RuggedMade log splitter.
Looking for a little diversion, we set out to see what would happen when we tried to split a golf ball on a RuggedMade log splitter.
When the snow falls and there's still wood to split, the team at RuggedMade got to thinking. . . why not put a wood splitter on skis? That's right, they converted a RuggedSplit 300 into a wood splitter on skis and towed it behind a snowmobile out to the wood yard.
See how it was all created in the RuggedMade machine shop!