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Model #3118000

8 lb. Wood Splitter with 34 in. Fiberglass Handle

  • Forged steel head with splitting edge and striking surface
  • SAFE-LOCK head connection and triple layer overstrike protection
  • Solid core fiberglass handle with reinforced lanyard hole
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Product Overview

The Razor-Back #8 Wood Splitting Maul is constructed with a 34 in. fiberglass handle and forged steel head. It has an exclusive sleek design with additional functionality, safety and control. The handle features a two-piece overstrike slip eye connection, TPE over mold for better control, non-slip rounded, flared end for more precision and safety. This is a great tool for professional and personal use. Utilize tool for splitting wood in conjunction with wood splitting wedges by first making a notch with splitting edges and then driving the wedge with the maul's striking head.
  • SAFE-LOCK steel-anchored head for maximum security and head retention
  • 34 in. handle
  • Handle features solid fiberglass core for maximum strength
  • Triple layer overstrike protection
  • Fiberglass reinforced lanyard hole
  • Drive wedges with striking side
  • Split wood with splitting side

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
2.32 in
Assembled Height (in.)
35.05 in
Assembled Width (in.)
8.43 in
Handle Length (in.)
34

Details

Cutting edge (in.)
3.75
Hand Tool Type
Maul
Handle Material
Fiberglass
Replaceable Head
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Weight of head (lb.)
8

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

Questions & Answers

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I have dead and dried up pine tree logs in my backyard​. Would you recommend this axe to chop them up to be burned?

Asked by Jay May 6, 2017
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This is a maul, not an axe. An axe is lighter weight and the best hand tool to *cut* a tree into many smaller lengths. A maul heavier and is better at *splitting* logs that are already cut into smaller pieces for burning. If I had a fallen tree in my backyard, I would certainly reach for a chainsaw. But f I didn't have a chainsaw or I just needed the exercise, I would reach for an axe to cut it into sizes. When I wanted to burn the wood, I'd use my maul to split it into smaller pieces. (Don't burn pine indoors or for food, too much creosote)

where is this made

Asked by Dave March 15, 2017
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This item is USA Made with US/Global Components. The handle is imported. The head is made in the USA and the tool is assembled in the USA.

does anyone make 16 pound wood splitter

Asked by tony December 4, 2019
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Hi Tony. Thank you for your question. I did not find a 16 lb. splitting maul on my search. You do not really need a splitting maul that heavy to do a good job spitting wood for your fireplace. The 8 lb. would suffice very nicely. It is not the weight but the speed and placement of the edge that makes of a good splitter. I have split as much wood with a good wide bladed axe as I have with my spitting maul. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

how does it compare to husky maul?

Asked by jeff April 17, 2017
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This splitter is the perfect weight very durable and it makes cutting wood like cutting butter.
This splitter is the perfect weight very durable and it makes cutting wood like cutting butter.
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I wasn't quite sure what I was getting when I ordered this. Was it an ax? Was it a maul? Well, in...
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I wasn't quite sure what I was getting when I ordered this. Was it an ax? Was it a maul? Well, in truth, it's sort of both, although out of the box, you can only use it as an ax, which is how I tested it. Combined with a wedge, you can use the maul side to split larger pieces of wood. I tried splitting a number of cedar logs, which had come from a dead cedar chopped down on my property. I found that I could easily split 4" rounds, and with a bit of effort could break 6" rounds, although it really helped if these already had a crack in them. Anything larger than this and I was out of luck. Perhaps someone more experienced with an ax, or with a more powerful swing, could split bigger pieces of wood, but I think you'd probably want to move to the maul and wedge approach. Overall, a very nice piece of equipment, and whether you call it a splitter, an ax, or a maul, you'll probably be happy with it.
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I really like this new 8 pound wood splitter, from Razorback, with the 34 inch fiberglass handle....
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I really like this new 8 pound wood splitter, from Razorback, with the 34 inch fiberglass handle. It works great, I should of had this years ago for all my camping day, you just let the 8 pounds do the work for you. It is sharp, only need to align the blade with the grain in the log. I split this piece of cherry wood with 3 hits, one split it into 2 pieces, the next 2 split each halve with one blow. the old sledge and wedges don't even compare to this tool. The handle is firm and fits my hands very well. It is comfortable too.
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No-slip handle, good weight and rugged design
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I needed a new maul to split firewood - this one is perfect. As expected, it has a flat head for hitting a wedge or spike to split logs, and a splitter head on the opposite end. The entire length is nearly 36 inches (see photos). The handle is most impressive with no-slip texture, and is reinforced fiberglass. I like the Safe-Lock(tm) steel-anchored head, designed so that the head cannot detach from the handle.
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Serious balance and power
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The maul was exactly what I was hoping it would be. Well-balanced and a great tool.
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