hydraulic cylinders

Hey Guys,
Where is the best place to purchase hydraulic cylinders? I am building a log
splitter and need a 4x30 cylinder.
Thanks
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eight points or better
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Tom Gardner
Princess Auto is the "best priced " hydraulic supply we have up here in the Great White North!
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Good luck Pete
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Pete
If you live in a rural area, check out your local scrap yard. I've bought several that way. Look them over carefully.
Steve
eight po>Hey Guys,
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Steve Smith
--FWIW check out the 2nd and 3rd photos on this page, to learn how *not* to build a logsplitter:
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steamer
On Sat, 04 Dec 2004 18:15:12 GMT, steamer calmly ranted:
RE: the first pic, So now you have a nice scar with which to scare kids (and, better yet, entice young women) plus a story to tell. Cool. ;)
RE: the splitter, Why is it that just AFTER we spend weeks of time and far too much money on a project that the particular piece we just made comes out in an ad for half the price and less than an hour's time spent? Whose law or corollary covers that?
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Larry Jaques
On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 20:43:06 GMT, "eight points or better" vaguely proposed a theory ......and in reply I say!:
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Agparts Warehouse?
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Old Nick

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