Self-Contained 3255/3265

Self-Contained 3255/3265

The 3255 is Split-Fire’s go-to self contained log splitter, which gained popularity in the rental industry for its low maintenance, high performance & reliability.  this 20-ton 2-way self contained log splitter is designed for consumer/commercial use. Powered by a Honda GX 160, the 3255 2-way wood splitter is capable of splitting 36” diameter logs with a complete 9-11 second cycle time. For added power, the Honda engine can be upgraded to a GX 200, increasing the splitting force to 22 tons (3265).

A Hydraulic, steel plate log lifter can be fitted to the 3255 to assist in managing larger blocks of wood. While in the up position the log lifter also doubles as a work table, preventing wood from falling to the ground once split.

Split-Fire Advantage

  • Frame
    6" x 6" steel tube
  • Tonnage
    20 tons splitting force
  • Cycle Speed
    9 - 11 seconds
  • Power Source
    Honda GX 160 - 3255 | Honda GX 200 - 3265
  • Pump
    11 GPM low pressure | 2.7 GPM high pressure
  • Reservoir
    12.5 L
  • Stroke Length
    24"
  • Bed Width
    15"
  • Standard Hitch Size
    2" ball coupler
  • Overall Width
    40"
  • Overall Length
    84"
  • Overall Height
    34"
  • Weight
    440 lbs
  • Bed Height
    24"
  • Knife Height
    8"
  • Cylinder Size
    3½” x 24"
  • Tire Size
    4.80" x 8"
Watch it in action!

The Split-Fire Advantage

2 way split
2-way Log Splitter

Double productivity with the hallmark 2-way splitting action on both the forward and reverse stroke.

low friction
Low-friction Slider System

Each log splitter features Low Friction Slider Pads made from Ultra-High Molecular-Weight polyethylene, (UHMW) which is self-lubricating highly resistant to abrasion.

heavy duty
Heavy-duty Square Tube Construction

The Split-Fire square steel tube construction will never twist the way I-beam splitters can.

safety
Unrivalled Safety

A uniquely designed log STOP that ensures your safety with 4 innovative features.

cylinders
Protected Hydraulic Cylinders

The cylinders inside Split-Fire wood splitters are fully protected inside the main frame of the splitter.