The ram stop is used to shorten the return distance of the log splitter. If you’re cutting shorter logs you can use the ram stop to reduce the return distance, meaning you aren’t stood waiting for the log splitter to return the full distance. The ram stop is essential for reducing time spent splitting logs.
The splitter should be turned upside down and left for a little while before removing the pump and motor assembly, this allows the oil to drain back into the tank. You can reuse all O-rings. Undo the 3 bolts holding the pump bracket onto the underside of the splitter (you will require a socket and […]
Check that the plastic knob of the lever is screwed on fully. If this becomes unscrewed it prevents the lever from being pushed right down, stopping the log splitter from operating. View the video below for a demonstration:
The log splitter must be strapped or tied to wood skids, or a pallet. You MUST also close the valve of the log splitter (air bleed valve located above the ram).