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Once that tree has been taken down and trimmed into firewood size length but you still have pieces that are too large in diameter to handle for the fireplace, not a problem, call BlueLine Rental and rent a log splitter.

The towable log splitter is easy to use and operate. Do you dread the back breaking chore of lifting those heavy logs onto the splitting rail? Not a problem, the new design of this unit goes from horizontal to vertical making it easy place the logs on the backing plate. This unit has 20 tons of brute splitting force and a 26’ power stroke that easily splits those large logs into manageable pieces.

BlueLine Rental is totally committed to your satisfaction, day after day, year after year. Your job is important to us, we will have the equipment delivered when and where you need it. Give us a call or stop by our location and talk to one or our rental professionals. We will help you select the right equipment for your job.

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