M110800F.3
ITEM NUMBER: 110800, 110900,
1131
SERIAL NUMBER: _______________
Owner’s Manual
Instructions for Assembly, Testing, Operation,
Servicing and Storage
24, 30, 37-Ton Log Splitters: Outdoor hydraulic powered machine that
splits wood logs.
WARNING
READ and UNDERSTAND this manual completely before using log splitter.
All operators of this equipment must read and completely understand all safety information, operating instructions, maintenance
and storage instructions. Failure to properly operate and maintain the log splitter could result in serious injury to the operator and
bystanders from moving parts that can crush or cut, flying objects, burns, fire or explosion, escaping high pressure hydraulic fluid,
or carbon monoxide poisoning in particular, be aware of the following hazards.
Crush and Cut Hazards
Moving parts can crush and cut hands and fingers. Keep hands clear of endplate, wedge, logs, and log strippers while
splitting.
High Pressure Hydraulic Fluid Hazards
High fluid pressures and temperatures are developed in hydraulic log splitters. Hydraulic fluid escaping through even a pinsize hole opening can puncture skin and cause severe blood poisoning. Inspect hydraulic system regularly for possible leaks.
Never check for leaks with your hand while the system is pressurized. Seek medical attention immediately if injured by
escaping fluid.
Fire Hazards
 If your log splitter is intended for use near an ignitable forest, brush, or grassy covered land, the engine exhaust should be
equipped with a spark arrestor. See the "Specifications" section of this manual to determine if your splitter already has a spark
arrestor. If not equipped, call NorthStar Product Support for ordering information.
 Keep a fire extinguisher with you that is rated for ordinary combustibles and flammable liquids.
STOP!
ADD OIL TO ENGINE BEFORE USING: Engine is shipped without oil. DO NOT start log splitter without first adding oil.
ADD HYDRAULIC OIL: Your log splitter was shipped without hydraulic oil. Refer to Periodic Maintenance section of this manual
for instructions on filling the hydraulic reservoir
PRIME THE PUMP: The pump on your log splitter needs to be primed before use. Refer to Initial Setup section for instructions.
INSPECT COMPONENTS: Closely inspect to make sure no components are missing or damaged.
See Initial Unpacking and Set-up for instructions and for whom to contact to report missing or damaged parts.
Any Questions, Comments, Problems or Parts Orders
Call NorthStar Product Support 1-800-270-0810
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Hazard Signal Word Definitions
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Table of Contents
Hazard Signal Word Definitions ................................................................................................................................................................ 2
Table of Contents ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
About Your Log Splitter ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Safety Label Locations .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Machine Component Identification ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Initial Setup ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Optional 4-Way Wedge Wings ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Moving and Towing to the Job Site ......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Before Each Use — Inspection/Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................... 15
Before Each Use - Fueling ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Before Each Use – Work Site Selection and Set-up ................................................................................................................................ 19
Splitting Operation ................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Storage ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Periodic Maintenance............................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Parts Breakdown – Exploded View 110800, 110900, 1131 – Rev F.3 .................................................................................................... 30
Summary of Important Safety information for Operation........................................................................................................................ 33
Assembly Instructions .............................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Limited Warranty ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 70
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About Your Log Splitter
Thank you for purchasing your NorthStar log splitter!
About Your Log Splitter:
This log splitter is a machine designed to split wood logs using a hydraulically powered moving wedge.
The log splitter's gasoline engine is used to pressurize the hydraulic system.
This log splitter is designed to split logs lengthwise with the grain only.
This log splitter model is capable of splitting logs up to 25̎ long and 16̎ in diameter.
Your splitter can be used in either a vertical or horizontal splitting position:
 When the splitter is set up to operate in the horizontal splitting position, a log is placed on the
horizontal beam and the wedge moves horizontally into the end of the log to split it.
 When the splitter is set up to operate in the vertical splitting position, the log is placed on the
endplate, upright on its end, and the wedge moves down into the top of the log to split it.
The horizontal splitting position is used for lighter logs that can be easily loaded onto the beam. The
vertical splitting position is used for heavier logs that are difficult to load onto the beam.
The technical specifications for your log splitter are provided in the Specifications section of this
manual.
WARNING
This log splitter uses a high-pressure hydraulic system to generate a very strong splitting
force.
Read the manual completely before using the machine to understand how to safely operate
and maintain it.
Follow all safety precautions presented throughout this manual. A summary of important safety
information can be found at the end of this manual.
Contact NorthStar Product Support at 1-800-270-0810 for any questions about the appropriate
use of this log splitter and/or optional accessories.
Warranty Registration:
Please fill out and submit the warranty registration card so that we have your contact information for any
future product literature or replacement parts you may need.
Attention: All Rental Companies and Private Owners who loan this
equipment to others!
All persons to whom you rent/loan the log splitter must have access to and read this manual. Keep this owner's
manual with the splitter at all times and advise all persons who will operate the machine to read it. You must
provide instruction on how to safely operate the splitter and remain available to answer any questions a
renter/borrower might have.
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Safety Label Locations
Reference #
Part Number
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778597
791123
778714
777887
778609
778717
791105
778610
777889
777891
777890
788937
791107
787944
788935
Description
Decal, Horizontal Lock
Decal, 45 mph
Decal, Vertical Lock
Decal, Operation Instructions
Decal, Split Control
Decal, Log Stripper
Decal, Moving/Towing Instructions
Decal, Log Splitter Warning
Decal, Stuck Log
Decal, Escaping Fluid
Decal, Fire Hazard Warning
Decal, Poisonous Gas Warning
Decal, Outrigger Leg
Decal, Pinch Point
Decal, Fuel Fire Explosion Hazard
Qty
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Always make sure safety labels are in good condition. If a safety label is missing or not legible, order new
labels or unsafe operation could result. Contact NorthStar Product Support at 1-800-270-0810
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WARNING
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PN 778610
©Northern Tool + Equipment Co. 1-800-270-0810
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SPLIT CONTROL LEVER OPERATION
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RETRACT WEDGE
TO REMOVE
STUCK WOOD
LOG STRIPPER
PN 39259
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©Northern Tool + Equipment Co. 1-800-270-0810
WARNING
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POISONOUS GAS
This product's use gives off carbon
monoxide, an odorless gas that can
kill you.
ONLY use outdoors and away
from air intakes.
NEVER use inside homes, garages,
or sheds. EVEN IF you run a fan or
open doors and windows.
See product manual for more details.
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Moving parts can crush and cut. Pieces can fly out while
splitting. Follow safety rules for operating the log splitter or
serious injury could result.
READ the Owner's Manual completely before operating.
Only one person should operate the log splitter. If an
assistant is helping to load logs, the operator should not
actuate controls until the assistant is at least 10 ft away.
Stay in the designated OPERATOR POSITION while
actuating the controls.
Split wood in direction of the grain only.
Hold bark side of logs when loading.
Keep hands away from wedge, endplate/ram, and partly
split logs.
Never leave log splitter unattended during operation.
Stay off slopes and slippery surfaces.
See additional safety rules in the Owner's Manual.
Safety Label Locations
Safety Label Locations
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Machine Component Identification
Ref #
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Description
Manual Tube
2" Ball Coupler
Safety Chains
Lifting Handle
Horizontal Lock
Hydraulic Pump
Return Line Filter
Suction Strainer
Vertical Lock
Beam
Log Cradles
Grease Zerks
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Description
Endplate
Wedge
Split Control Lever
Control Valve
Cylinder
Engine
Jack
Hydraulic Tank
Outrigger Leg
Magnetic Drain Plug
Breather Cap/Oil Dipstick
Serial Number
Initial Setup
IMPORTANT!
Engine is shipped without oil. DO NOT start the engine before adding oil.
See Assembly Instructions section of this manual to assemble the log splitter before setup.
Step One:
Inspect Log
Splitter
Components.
Step Two:
Add Oil to Engine
Step Three:
Add Hydraulic Oil
to Reservoir
Closely inspect all log splitter components.
(See Machine Components section of this manual for diagram of components.)
 If you have missing or damaged components, please contact Product Support at
1-800-270-0810.
Add oil to the engine. Using a funnel, add SAE 10W-30 oil up to the FULL mark
on the dipstick. (See engine Owner's Manual for oil capacity and location of fill cap.)
WARNING: High fluid pressures and temperatures are developed in hydraulic log
splitters. Hydraulic fluid escaping through a pin hole sized opening can burn or puncture
skin, resulting in wounds that could cause blood poisoning, infection, disability,
gangrene, amputation, or death. Therefore, the following instructions should be heeded at
all times when inspecting or servicing the hydraulic components of the log splitter.
 NEVER check for leaks with your hand. Leaks can be located by holding a piece of
cardboard or wood (at least two feet long) with your hand at one end and passing the
other end over the suspected area (wear eye protection). Look for discoloration of the
cardboard or wood.
 NEVER adjust the pressure of the pump or valve.
 If injured by escaping fluid, no matter how small the wound is, see a doctor at once.
A typical injection injury may be a small wound that does not look serious.
However, severe infection or reaction can result if proper medical treatment is not
administered immediately by a doctor who is familiar with injection injuries.
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2.
3.
4.
Remove hydraulic oil dipstick.
Refer to the Specifications section for approximate hydraulic oil capacity.
Fill reservoir with 10 wt. AW32, ASLE H-150, or ISO 32 oil. Use a funnel
Replace hydraulic oil dipstick and check that oil level reads full. Note: Do not
thread in dipstick when checking oil level.
Oil dipstick
Hydraulic oil
5. Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug.
6. Pull on the starter grip recoil at least 20 times so that hydraulic fluid has cycled
through the pump.
7. Reconnect the spark plug wire to the spark plug
8. Start engine and use control valve handle to extend and retract wedge 5 (five) times
to remove air from the high pressure lines.
9. With wedge retracted, check oil level again.
10. Replace hydraulic oil fill/vent cap.
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Initial Setup
11. Start engine and use control valve handle to extend and retract wedge five (5) times
to remove air from the high-pressure lines.
12. With wedge retracted, check oil level again. Fill if necessary.
WARNING: NEVER remove the hydraulic oil fill cap when the engine is
running or hot. Hot oil can escape causing severe burns. Allow log splitter to cool
completely before removing hydraulic oil fill cap.
Note: If the log splitter will be run for long periods of time in outdoor temperatures
above 70°F, we recommend changing the hydraulic oil to DEXTRON III.
Step Four:
Lubricate Keepers
Pump grease into grease zerks found under each keeper. This will help prevent
wear between the keepers and beam.
Grease
Zerks
Note: Log Cradle is not
shown in picture below for
better viewing purposes.
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Optional 4-Way Wedge Wings
4-Way Wedge
Wings (optional)
Wing Assembly
1. Unbox and identify components
2. Insert Nylon nuts into hex cutouts in wing
3. Position wings into proper locations on the wedge and bolt into position using supplied
bolts
4. Tighten the bolts with a 3/8" hex wrench
Assembled View
Exploded View
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4-Way Wings create additional pinch points when the wedge is moving forward or
backwards. Keep hands clear of the wedge, wedge wings, and the log while the wedge is
moving. When the log is caught on the wedge do not use the auto-return feature. Retract
wedge manually, paying close attention so the log does not hit the engine or control valve.
Pay particular attention to stringy wood, such as elm, because it becomes lodged on the
wedge easily.
To order call: Northern Tool + Equipment at 1-800-556-7885
Item # 110910
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Moving and Towing to the Job Site
WARNING
The log splitter is heavy. It can crush and cause serious injury if it rolls out of control or
tips over.
Follow the instructions below for safely moving and towing the log splitter.
Moving the log splitter:
1.
Place in
Horizontal
position
2. Engine off.
Make sure the log splitter is locked in the horizontal position with hitch pin
before moving.
NEVER move log splitter when it is in vertical configuration because it will be
unstable and could tip.
IMPORTANT: Make sure log splitter engine is off.
Never move the log splitter with its engine running.
3. Fuel valve off
(if equipped)
Turn fuel valve off to prevent carburetor flooding and reduce the chance of fuel
leakage. Refer to Engine owner's manual for fuel valve location.
4.
Lock jack in DOWN position and the rear outrigger leg in the UP position
before you move the log splitter.
Lock:
 Front
jack
DOWN
 Rear
outrigger leg
UP
Jack
DOWN
Position
5. Move log splitter
to work site or
tow hitch
Outrigger
UP
Position
Move log splitter by hand either directly to chosen work site or to vehicle
hitch for towing.
(See Before Each Use: Step Three: instructions on selecting a work site)
Important Safety Instructions:
 Hills. Do not move the log splitter up or down hills by hand—use a towing
vehicle.
 No riding. Never allow anyone to sit or ride on the log splitter.
 No cargo. Never transport cargo or wood on the log splitter.
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Moving and Towing to the Job Site
Towing:
1. Read instructions
Review towing safety instructions in your vehicle manual.
2. Check tires
Make sure tires are fully inflated and in good repair.
WARNING:
 Do not over-inflate tires. Serious injury can occur if tire explodes.
 When seating a bead after repair, do not exceed 30 PSI. Pressures higher
than 30 PSI can cause the tire and wheel to rupture and explode.
3. Attach to hitch
(2" ball)
Attach log splitter to vehicle hitch
1. Attach log splitter's coupler to a class 2 or higher hitch with 2" ball (only).
2. Adjust coupler to ball by raising locking lever and turning lock nut with fingers.
3. Proper adjustment is obtained when coupler is as tight as possible on ball and
locking lever can still be opened and closed.
4. Lock lever closed to secure the attachment. An optional locking pin or padlock
may be inserted in the locking lever hole for extra security.
4. Attach safety
chains
Attach safety chains.
1. Two safety chains must be used while towing.
2. Cross safety chains under the coupler allowing only enough slack for vehicle
turns.
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Moving and Towing to the Job Site
5. Lock jack and
outrigger leg UP
Move the front outrigger leg to the UP position and lock. (Both outrigger legs
must remain in the up position during towing.)
Attach coupler to class 2
or higher hitch with 2"
ball. Latch securely.
Hook both safety
chains to the towing
Lock jack in the
UP position
Lock rear outrigger
leg in the
UP position
vehicle
6. Tow to desired
location
Tow log splitter carefully to desired work site.
(See Before Each Use section on selecting an appropriate work site)
Important safety instructions:
 Added length. Be aware of the added length of the splitter.
 Speed limit. Never tow this log splitter over 45 mph. Faster speeds may
result in loss of control.
 Rough terrain. Drive slowly and take extra caution when traveling over
rough terrain.
 On public roads. If towing on a public road, make sure to comply with all
local, state, and federal towing requirements. It is the sole responsibility of
the purchaser to obtain licensing, trailer lights, safety chains or signage, as
needed to comply.
 Unattended. Turn off the towing vehicle before leaving the splitter
unattended.
 Under the influence. Never tow or operate this splitter while under the
influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication.
7. Lock front
outrigger leg down
and unhitch
Lock front outrigger leg in the DOWN position and disconnect from vehicle.
NEVER operate log splitter while it is attached to the vehicle.
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Before Each Use — Inspection/Maintenance
Step One: Inspect and maintain log splitter before each use
If the log splitter has been used previously, it must be inspected and maintained BEFORE EACH SUBSEQUENT USE.
WARNING
ALWAYS shut off the engine, disconnect the spark plug, and relieve system pressure before
inspecting, cleaning, adjusting, or repairing the splitter. Relieve system pressure by moving Split
Control Lever back and forth several times.
IMPORTANT:
If a part needs replacement, only use parts that meet the manufacturer's specifications. Replacement parts that do not meet
specifications may result in a safety hazard or poor operation of the log splitter.
1. Engine off /
relieve pressure
2. Remove debris
Perform all inspections/repairs with the engine off and hydraulic system pressure relieved.
1. Make sure engine is off and cool.
2. Disconnect the spark plug
3. Relieve all hydraulic system pressure by moving the Split Control Lever back and forth
several times.
Remove debris from engine, muffler, and moving parts.
1.
3. Fuel tank / lines
Engine debris. Debris on a hot engine can be a fire hazard. Clean debris and chaff from
engine cylinder head, cylinder head fins, blower housing rotating screen, and muffler
areas. Avoid contact with hot muffler.
2. Other debris. Debris on moving parts can cause excess wear. Clear debris from the slide
beam, wedge, and endplate.
Check fuel tank and fuel lines for leaks.
Any fuel leak is a fire hazard. Fix any fuel leaks before starting engine.
4. Mechanical parts Check to be sure that all nuts and bolts are tight to make sure the log splitter is in safe
working condition.
Apply grease to grease zerks under both keepers.
Wedge
Keeper
Beam
Note: Log cradle is not shown
in picture below for better
viewing purposes
Grease
Zerks
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Before Each Use — Inspection/Maintenance
5. Hydraulic system Check the hydraulic system carefully:
1. Visually inspect all hoses, tubing, clamps/fittings, pump, and cylinder for cracks, fraying,
kinks, or other damage.
2. Check all components for oily residue, which may indicate a leak.
Do NOT operate the log splitter if there is any indication of damage or oily residue. Small leaks
in hydraulic lines can cause severe injuries and can also be an indication of catastrophic failure
in the near future. The life of hydraulic hoses may be from a few months to a few years,
depending on use and storage patterns.
WARNING: High fluid pressures and temperatures are developed in hydraulic log
splitters. Hydraulic fluid escaping through a pin hole sized opening can burn or puncture
skin, resulting in wounds that could cause blood poisoning, infection, disability, gangrene,
amputation, or death. Therefore, the following instructions should be heeded at all times
when inspecting or servicing the hydraulic components of the log splitter:
 Stop the engine, disconnect the spark plug, and move all control valve handles back and
forth to relieve pressure before changing or adjusting hydraulic system components
such as hoses, tubing, fittings or other components.
 NEVER check for leaks with your hand. Leaks can be located by holding a piece of
cardboard or wood (at least two feet long) with your hand at one end and passing the
other end over the suspected area (wear eye protection). Look for discoloration of the
cardboard or wood.
 NEVER adjust the pressure setting of the pump or valve.
 If injured by escaping fluid, no matter how small the wound is, see a doctor at once. A
typical injection injury may be a small puncture wound that does not look serious.
However, severe infection or reaction can result if proper medical treatment is not
administered immediately by a doctor who is familiar with injection injuries.
6. Hydraulic oil level Check the hydraulic oil level. Fill as needed – check that oil level reads full. Note: Do not
thread in dipstick when checking oil level.
Oil dipstick
Hydraulic oil
WARNING: NEVER remove the hydraulic oil dipstick when the engine is running or
hot. Hot oil can escape causing severe burns. Allow log splitter to cool completely before
removing hydraulic oil dipstick.
7. Engine
Inspect and perform engine maintenance as directed in the engine manual.
8. Spark arrestor
muffler
If the engine is equipped with a spark arrestor muffler, clean and inspect it regularly
(follow spark arrestor manufacturer's service instructions).
Replace if damaged.
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Before Each Use — Inspection/Maintenance
9. Tires
Make sure tires are fully inflated and in good repair if you will be towing the splitter.
See tire sidewall for recommended tire pressure.
WARNING:
 Do not over-inflate tires. Serious injury can occur if tire explodes.
 When seating a bead after repair, do not exceed 30 PSI. Pressures higher than 30 PSI
can cause the tire and wheel to rupture and explode.
10. Shields / guards
Replace all guards and shields after servicing the log splitter.
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Before Each Use - Fueling
Step Two: Fueling
WARNING
Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling
fuel. Use extreme care when handling gasoline.
1. Engine off / cool The engine must be off and allowed to cool at least two minutes before adding fuel.
WARNING: A running engine is hot enough to ignite fuel. Never add fuel or remove gas
cap if engine is running or still hot.
2. Outdoor location Fill fuel tank outdoors – never indoors.
WARNING: Gasoline vapors can ignite if they collect inside an enclosure. Explosion can
result.
3. Remove gas cap Remove engine gas cap.
4. Add gasoline
Add gasoline through fill opening from a UL listed container.
Important Safety Instructions:
 Use approved container. NEVER pump fuel
directly into engine at gas station. Static charge can
build and ignite fuel. Use a UL listed fuel container
to transfer gas to the engine.
 Don't overfill. DO NOT overfill the gas tank.
Allow at least 1/2" of empty space below the fill neck
to allow for fuel expansion
 Heat / flames / sparks. Stay away from sources of
heat, flame, or sparks while adding fuel.
5. Spills / splashes
Clean up fuel spills /splashes immediately.
1. Move the log splitter away from spilled fuel on the ground.
2. Wipe fuel off engine and wait 5 minutes for excess fuel to evaporate before starting engine.
3. Gas soaked rags are flammable and should be disposed of properly.
4. If gasoline is spilled on your skin or clothes, change clothes and wash skin immediately.
6. Replace gas cap
Replace gas cap securely before starting engine.
7. Gasoline storage
Store extra gasoline in a cool, dry place in a UL listed, tightly sealed container.
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Before Each Use – Work Site Selection and Set-up
Step Three: Work site selection and log splitter setup
WARNING
It is important to select an appropriate work site and properly set up the log splitter in order to
minimize the risk of slips and falls, equipment rolling or tipping over, carbon monoxide poisoning,
and accidental fires.
1. Select location
Select an appropriate location for operating the log splitter.
Requirements:
1. Dry-level surface with good footing. Stay clear of areas with mud, ice, tall grass, weeds,
brush, or snow.
2. Outdoors, away from air intakes.
WARNING: The running engine gives off carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that can
kill you. You CANNOT smell it, see it, or taste it.
 ONLY run log splitter OUTDOORS and away from air intakes. NEVER run log splitter
inside homes, garages, sheds, or other buildings or semi-enclosed spaces. These spaces
can trap poisonous gases, EVEN if you run a fan or open windows.
 If you start to feel sick, dizzy, or weak while using the log splitter, shut off the engine
and get to fresh air RIGHT AWAY. See a doctor. You may have carbon monoxide
poisoning.
2. Fire precautions
Take the following precautions against fire:
1. IMPORTANT: If your splitter will be used near any unimproved forest, brush, or
grassy covered land, then engine must be equipped with a spark arrestor.
(See the "Specifications" section of this manual to determine if your splitter already has a
spark arrestor. Contact NorthStar Product Support at 1-800-270-0810 for information about
obtaining a spark arrestor for your log splitter if it is unequipped.)
2. Make sure you comply with applicable local, state and federal codes.
3. Keep a fire extinguisher available (classified for both ordinary combustibles and flammable
liquids) as a precautionary measure when operating the log splitter in dry areas.
3. Position splitter 7 Position muffler at least 7 ft. from combustible objects during operation.
Hot exhaust fumes from engine could cause fire. Also, hydraulic oil leaking or spraying on hot
feet from any
engine can ignite.
combustibles or
flammable liquids
Lock both the jack and outrigger leg in the DOWN position.
4. Lock jack and
outrigger leg
DOWN
Lock jack
in DOWN
position
5. Block wheels
Block the wheels to prevent unintended movement of the log splitter.
6. Apply grease
Apply grease into grease zerks located under both keepers.
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Lock outrigger
leg in DOWN
position
Splitting Operation
WARNING
Before starting this log splitter, review the following instructions and safety information for safe
operation of the log splitter.
Failure to follow these rules may result in serious injury to the operator or bystanders from moving
parts that crush, cut, or entangle from flying objects, burns, fire, falling or tripping, or from carbon
monoxide poisoning.
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General safety information:
Read manual. Do not allow anyone to operate the log splitter who has not read the Owner's Manual or has not
been instructed on the safe use of the splitter. The log splitter owner should instruct all operators in safe log
splitter operation.
Age restrictions. Never allow anyone under 16 years old to operate the log splitter. Anyone 16 years and older
must be trained and supervised by a trained adult.
Intended use. Log splitters should only be used for splitting wood logs, lengthwise with the grain. Do not use for
other purposes as unforeseen hazards may result.
Modifications. Never modify or alter the log splitter in any way. Modifications can create serious safety
hazards and will void the warranty:
Attachments. Never add attachments to the splitter, except for authorized accessories supplied by the
manufacturer with instructions for safe installation and use.
Engine speed. The maximum engine speed is preset at a safe limit. Never attempt to modify the engine speed
setting to run at a higher speed.
Fuel/exhaust system. NEVER modify or add to the exhaust system, fuel tanks, or fuel lines. Fire can result.
Remote control. NEVER attach a rope, cable, or other remote device to the splitting control.
Splitting wedge. NEVER attempt to change the height or speed of the splitting wedge.
Pressure setting. NEVER increase the pressure setting of the pump or control valve.
Safety equipment / controls. Always operate the log splitter with all safety equipment in place and in good
working order, and all controls properly adjusted for safe operation.
Know how to stop. Be thoroughly familiar with all controls and with the proper use of the equipment. Know
how to stop the log splitter and relieve system pressures quickly if needed.
Operating speed. Always operate the log splitter at the manufacturer's recommended speed. The maximum
speed of the engine pump and wedge are preset within safe limits.
Daylight only. Only use the log splitter in daylight so you can see what you are doing.
Smoking / sparks. Never smoke while operating the log splitter, and never operate near sources of sparks or
flames.
Under the influence. Never operate, or let anyone else operate, the log splitter while under the influence of
alcohol, drugs, or medication.
Unattended. Never leave the machine unattended while the engine is running.
Refueling. Never refuel the engine until it has cooled at least two minutes.
Adjusting / repairing. Always make sure the engine is off before cleaning, repairing or adjusting the splitter,
except as recommended by the manufacturer. In addition, disconnect the spark plug and move all control handles
back and forth to relieve system pressure before changing or adjusting hydraulic system components such as
hoses, tubing, fittings or other components.
Replace labels. Always make sure safety labels are in place and in good condition. If a safety label is missing or
not legible, order new labels because unsafe operation can result. Call 1-800-270-0810 to order new safety labels.
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Splitting Operation
1. Put on
protective
clothing /
gear
Wear the following protective clothing and safety gear:
2. Lock and
block
Block the wheels to prevent unintended movement of the log splitter. Check that:
1) The outrigger legs are both locked in the DOWN position.
2) The wheels are blocked.
3. Set to
horizontal
or vertical:
Set log splitter into either the horizontal or vertical splitting position
1) Eye protection. Always wear safety glasses or goggles when operating the machine. Pieces
of log may fly out and serious eye injury can occur.
2) Boots. Falling logs can crush feet. Always wear safety shoes or heavy boots when operating
or helping to load logs.
3) Gloves. Wear snug fitting gloves without drawstrings or loose cuffs.
4) Hearing protection. The use of earplugs or other hearing protection device is recommended.
5) No loose/dangling. Loose or dangling apparel can become entangled in moving parts. Never
wear jewelry or loose-fitting clothing.
The HORIZONTAL splitting position is used for lighter logs that can be easily loaded onto the beam.
The VERTICAL splitting position is used for light logs as well as heavy logs that are difficult to load
onto the beam.
Note:
Musculoskeletal injury can result from lifting logs onto the log splitter if proper lifting techniques
are not used or the logs are too heavy for a person's size, weight, or strength. In some cases, logs
as small as 8" in diameter and 14" in length may be heavier than what some persons should be
repeatedly lifting onto the splitter.
The use of the vertical splitting position can greatly reduce the need to lift logs onto the splitter.
Employers are advised to consider NIOSH lifting guidelines when assigning employees to log
splitting tasks for an extended period of time.
WARNING: NEVER change splitting positions with the engine running. You may
contact the muffler and receive serious burns.
a) Set to
Horizontal
position
Make sure beam is locked securely in the horizontal position by checking the horizontal lock.
Jack must be locked in the down position. Rear outrigger leg must be locked in horizontal
splitting position.
Horizontal Splitting Position
Jack
Outrigger
Leg
Horizontal
Lock
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Splitting Operation
b) Set to
Vertical
position
1) Lock rear outrigger leg in down position.
2) Pull out horizontal lock catch pin, grasp lifting handle and lift beam until it rotates into
vertical position.
WARNING: Crush hazard. The beam is heavy – do not let it just drop. It could crush
fingers or cause damage to the splitter.
Vertical Splitting Position
Lifting Handle
Vertical
Lock
Outrigger Leg
3) Lock in vertical position using catch pin through the vertical lock.
4) To return to horizontal position, unlock vertical position, grasp lifting handle and lower
beam carefully in a controlled manner until it rests on the tow bar, lock beam in the
horizontal position with catch pin.
4. Start engine
Start the engine.
See the engine owner's manual for engine starting instructions.
NOTE:
a) Make sure the hydraulic oil is above 10F before starting the engine. Cold hydraulic oil
can damage the hydraulic pump.
b) If outdoor air temperature is below 32F, allow log splitter to warm up by extending and
returning the wedge several times before splitting wood.
WARNING:
 Burns. To avoid burns, stay clear of hot muffler if you are starting a warm engine.
 Carbon monoxide. The running engine gives off carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that
can kill you. You CANNOT smell it, see it, or taste it. If you start to feel sick, dizzy, or
weak while using the log splitter, shut off the engine and get to fresh air RIGHT AWAY.
See a doctor. You may have carbon monoxide poisoning.
 Other exhaust dangers. Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle
components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Avoid inhalation of exhaust.
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Splitting Operation
5. Load log
Load log onto beam with a cut end against the endplate – positioned for a lengthwise cut.
Notes:
a) The log splitter is designed only for cutting lengthwise with the grain, NOT for cutting
across the grain.
b) This log splitter is designed for cutting logs only up to a maximum of 16" in diameter and
25" long. Larger diameter logs could get stuck on the wedge and longer logs will not fit on
the beam.
Correct Log Orientation
Incorrect Log Orientation
WARNING: ALWAYS keep hands and feet away from the endplate, wedge, and partially
split logs while loading, operating and unloading the log splitter.
Important safety instructions:
 Hold bark side. Hold the bark side of logs when loading or positioning, never the ends.
Never place your hands or any part of your body between a log and any part of the log
splitter.
NOTE for vertical position loading: Place the log on the endplate and turn it until it leans
against the beam and is stable. If the log is too big or oddly shaped, stabilize the log with
wooden shims between the log and endplate or ground. DO NOT use your leg or knee to
stabilize the log. NEVER stabilize the log by placing your hand on top of the log.








Wedge moving. NEVER load or unload logs while the wedge is moving.
Straddling / reaching across. Never straddle, reach across, or step over the beam while the
engine is running and the log splitter is in the horizontal position. You could trip, actuate
the controls, and get seriously injured.
Unsplit log pile. Do not pile logs to be split in a place that will make you reach across the
log splitter in order to load them.
Square log ends. Logs that are not cut square can slide out while splitting and become a
safety hazard or cause excessive force to log splitter components. Use a chainsaw to cut
logs square on each end before attempting to split them.
Single log. Never attempt to split more than one log at a time. Pieces of log can
unexpectedly be thrown from the machine causing serious injury.
Split along grain. Do not use the log splitter to split logs across the grain. Doing so will
damage the log splitter and could also cause pieces of log to be thrown, injuring the operator
or bystanders.
Forked logs. Splitting forked logs can cause damage the log splitter. Trim the forked log
with a chain saw prior to splitting the log.
Changing splitting position. Do not change splitting positions (horizontal/vertical) with
the engine running. You may contact the muffler and receive serious burns. Be careful to
avoid contact with hot muffler even after the engine is turned off.
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Splitting Operation
6. Extend
wedge
Move Split Control Lever toward endplate to extend wedge and split log.
SPLIT CONTROL LEVER OPERATION
Important safety instructions:
 Operator position. ALWAYS operate the log splitter from the manufacturer's indicated
OPERATOR POSITION. (See diagram above.) Other positions are unsafe because they
can increase the risk of injury from crushing, cutting, flying objects, or burns.
 Remove hands. Remove both hands from log before activating Split Control Lever.
 Hand activate. Use only your hand to operate the Split Control Lever. Never use any
other body part, or a rope, cable, or other remote device to actuate the control.
 Second person. Many accidents occur when there is more than one person involved in
loading and operating the log splitter. Only one person should operate the controls. If a
second person is assisting in loading logs, the operator must NEVER actuate the Split
Control Lever until the assistant and all bystanders are at least 10 feet away. NEVER
allow an assistant to hold the log in place while the operator actuates the Split Control
Lever.
7. Stop wedge
Release Split Control Lever to stop wedge movement when log is split.
WARNING: Cracks in logs can close quickly and pinch fingers. Keep fingers away from
any cracks that open in partially split logs.
SPLIT CONTROL LEVER OPERATION
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Splitting Operation
8. Important
STUCK LOG
procedure
If a log does not split completely and becomes stuck on the wedge, follow the instructions
below to remove the log.
A log can become stuck to the wedge if the wedge becomes embedded in the log and the log
doesn't split and separate. This can happen if the log is too stringy or tough to split completely.
A stuck log will move back with the wedge on the initial attempt to retract the wedge. If this
happens, retract the wedge completely to allow the splitter to strip the log from the wedge.
Keep hands clear of log and wedge while wedge is retracting.
WARNING: NEVER attempt to remove a stuck log by:
 Modifying the splitter.
 Adding attachments to the splitter.
Personal injury could result from log or metal pieces flying out at high speed toward the
operator or bystanders, or the splitter could become damaged.
9. Return
wedge
Move Split Control Lever away from end plate to return wedge.
Once the control valve is actuated in the return direction, the wedge is designed to keep returning
by itself completely and then stop automatically.
SPLIT CONTROL LEVER OPERATION
WARNING:
Stay clear while the wedge is returning. It is still powerful enough on the return stroke to cause
serious injury.
10. Remove split
wood
Remove split wood from area.
Move each log away from log splitter after it is split. Split logs left near the log splitter are a trip
hazard.
11. After use
1. Turn off engine.
2. Remove engine debris.
Debris on a hot engine can be a fire hazard. After the engine is off, clean debris and chaff from
engine cylinder head, cylinder head fins, blower housing rotating screen, and muffler areas.
WARNING: Avoid contact with hot muffler.
3. Return to horizontal position.
If in the vertical position, return log splitter to the horizontal position for greater stability and to
prepare for transportation. Avoid contact with hot muffler.
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Storage
WARNING
Gasoline vapors can ignite and cause a fire. Select a well-ventilated storage away from
sources of heat, flame, or sparks.
Follow the instructions below for storing your log splitter between uses.
1. Retract wedge
Retract the wedge completely to keep the rod protected from corrosion.
2. Cool
Allow the machine to cool 5 minutes before storing.
WARNING: A hot engine can be a fire hazard.
3. Wipe with oily rag
Wipe the beam and wedge with an oily rag to prevent corrosion.
4. Engine manual
Refer to the engine manual for proper engine storage instructions.
CAUTION: Gasoline will oxidize and deteriorate in storage. Old gasoline in
the engine will cause hard starting and leave gum deposits that can clog the
fuel systems. Deterioration problems may occur within a few months, or even
less if gasoline was not fresh when you filled the tank.
Short-Term Storage:
1. Consider adding a fuel stabilizer to extend fuel storage life.
2. Leave the fuel valve lever in the OFF position to reduce the possibility of
fuel leakage.
Long-Term Storage: (between infrequent uses and at end of season)
Drain the fuel tank and carburetor as instructed in the engine owner's manual.
Important Safety Instructions



5. Splitter storage location
Always drain fuel from tank in outdoor, well-ventilated area.
Stay away from sources of heat, flame, or sparks while handling fuel.
Clean up fuel spills/splashes immediately.
Store the log splitter in a location away from corrosive material, sources
of heat, open flames, sparks or pilot lights.
WARNING: Never store log splitter inside where there is a source of
heat or an open flame, spark or pilot light – such as water heaters, space
heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers, or other gas appliances – EVEN IF the log
splitter's gas tank is empty, residual gasoline vapors could ignite.
NOTE: Do not store the log splitter near fertilizer or any other corrosive
material.
6. Gasoline
storage
Store gasoline in a cool, dry place in an UL approved tightly sealed container.
WARNING: Gasoline vapors can ignite if they collect inside an enclosure and
explosion can result.
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Periodic Maintenance
In addition to the maintenance performed with each use, periodic maintenance should also be performed
according to the following schedule.
WARNING
ALWAYS shut off the engine, disconnect the spark plug, and relieve system pressure before
cleaning, adjusting, or repairing the splitter. Relieve system pressure by moving Split Control
Lever back and forth several times.
Important:
If a part needs replacement only use parts that meet the manufacturer's specifications. Replacement parts that do
not meet specifications may result in a safety hazard or poor operation of the log splitter.
1. Engine
Perform engine maintenance as specified in engine owner's manual.
maintenance
2. Hydraulic Oil Change Hydraulic Oil Annually or Every 100 Hours.
Change
WARNING: High fluid pressures and temperatures are developed in hydraulic log
splitters. Hydraulic fluid escaping through a pin hole sized opening can burn or puncture
skin, resulting in wounds that could cause blood poisoning, infection, disability, gangrene,
amputation, or death. Therefore, the following instructions should be heeded at all times
when inspecting or servicing the hydraulic components of the log splitter.
 NEVER check for leaks with your hand. Leaks can be located by holding a piece of
cardboard or wood (at least two feet long) with your hand at one end and passing the
other end over the suspected area (wear eye protection). Look for discoloration of the
cardboard or wood.
 NEVER adjust the pressure of the pump or valve.
 If injured by escaping fluid, no matter how small the wound is, see a doctor at once. A
typical injection injury may be a small wound that does not look serious. However,
severe infection or reaction can result if proper medical treatment is not administered
immediately by a doctor who is familiar with injection injuries.
1. Use 10wt AW32, ASLE H-150, or ISO32 oil.
2. Relieve hydraulic system pressure by moving Split Control Lever back and forth
several times.
3. Remove hydraulic breather cap/oil dipstick
WARNING: NEVER remove the hydraulic breather cap/oil dipstick when the
engine is running or hot. Hot oil can escape causing severe burns. Allow the log splitter to
cool completely before removing hydraulic breather cap/oil dipstick.
4. Remove the magnetic drain plug from the hydraulic tank to drain the hydraulic oil
into a 10 gallon pan.
5. Remove suction strainer and wipe off debris with a dry cloth.
6. Fill the hydraulic tank with wedge retracted.
7. Dispose of used oil at an oil-recycling center. Used hydraulic oil is hazardous waste.
8. Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug
9. Pull on the starter grip recoil at least 20 times so that hydraulic fluid has cycled
through the pump
10. Reconnect the spark plug wire to the spark plug
11. Extend and retract wedge 5 (five) times to purge air from the system.
12. Check hydraulic oil level and fill if necessary. Note: Do not thread in the oil dipstick
when checking the hydraulic oil level.
3. Spark arrestor If the engine is equipped with a spark arrestor muffler, clean and inspect it regularly
(follow manufacturer's service instructions). Replace if damaged.
muffler
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
Before troubleshooting or attempting to service, read the following safety instructions to avoid serious injury
to the operator or bystanders from moving parts that can crush or cut, burns, fire or explosion, or escaping
high pressure hydraulic fluid.
Important Safety Instructions:
1. Engine off. Always make sure the engine is off before cleaning, repairing or adjusting the splitter, except as
recommended by the manufacturer.
2. Hydraulic safety. High fluid pressures and temperatures are developed in the hydraulic log splitters.
Hydraulic fluid escaping through a pin hole sized opening can burn or puncture skin, resulting in wounds that
could cause blood poisoning, infection, disability, gangrene, amputation, or death. Therefore, the following
instructions should be heeded at all times when inspecting or servicing the hydraulic components of the log
splitter:
 Stop the engine, disconnect the spark plug, and move all control valve handles back and forth to relieve
pressure before changing or adjusting hydraulic components such as hoses, tubing, fittings, or other
components.
 Do not remove the hydraulic oil fill cap when the engine is running. Hot oil can escape causing severe
burns. Allow the log splitter to cool completely before removing the hydraulic oil fill cap.
 Do not adjust the pressure setting to the pump or valve.
 Do not check for leaks with your hands. Leaks can be located by holding a piece of cardboard or wood (at
least 2 feet long) with your hand at one end and passing the other end suspected area (wear eye
protection). Look for discoloration of the cardboard or wood.
 If injured by escaping fluid, no matter how small the wound is, see a doctor at once. A typical injection
injury may be a small puncture that does not look serious. However, severe infection or reaction can
result if proper medical treatment is not administered immediately by a doctor who is familiar will
injection injuries.
Problem
Wedge will not move
Slow wedge speed when extending or retracting
Wood will not split or splits extremely slow
Engine bogs down during splitting
Engine stalls under low load condition
Solution:
Solution:
Solution:
Solution:
Solution:
A,D,E,H,J
A,B,C,H,I,K
A,B,C,F,I,K
G
D,E
Solution
Check oil level in reservoir
Check oil level in reservoir, check for leaks in the suction
line
Check pump inlet hose for blockage or kinks
Flush and clean the splitter hydraulic system
Flush and clean the splitter hydraulic system
Adjust control valve with a pressure gauge
Adjust control valve with a pressure gauge
Return control valve for authorized repair
Return control valve for authorized repair
Return cylinder for authorized repair
Return cylinder for authorized repair
Cause
A- Insufficient oil to pump
B- Air in oil
C- Excessive pump inlet vacuum
D- Blocked hydraulic lines
E- Blocked control valve
F- Low control valve setting
G- High control valve setting
H- Damaged control valve
I- Internal control valve leak
J- Damaged cylinder piston
K- Internally damaged cylinder
Any Questions, Comments, Problems or Parts Orders
Call NorthStar Product Support 1-800-270-0810
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Specifications
Tonnage
Pressure
Flow
Hydraulic Cylinder Bore
Hydraulic Cylinder Stroke
Maximum Log Length
Maximum Log Width
Hydraulic Fluid Type
Hydraulic Oil Capacity
Coupler Size
Maximum Towing Speed
Spark Arrester
Fuel Valve
Overall Dimensions
Dry Weight
110800
110900
1131
24 TON
30 TON
37 TON
3500 PSI
3500 PSI
3500 PSI
11 GPM
13 GPM
16 GPM
4"
4.5"
5"
24"
24"
24"
25"
25"
25"
16"
16"
16"
10wt AW32, ASLE H-150, or ISO32
8 GAL
8.5 GAL
9 GAL
2" Ball
2" Ball
2" Ball
45 MPH
45 MPH
45 MPH
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
90" x 45" x 45" (LxWxH)
490 LB
530 LB
565 LB
The manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements in design
and/or changes in specifications at any time without incurring any
obligation to install them on units previously sold.
Any Questions, Comments, Problems or Parts Orders
Call NorthStar Product Support 1-800-270-0810
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Parts Breakdown – Exploded View 110800, 110900, 1131 – Rev F.3
30
Parts Breakdown – Exploded View 110800, 110900, 1131 – Rev F.3
Ref#
Dislodger/Log Stripper
1
Wedge Keeper, Right
Wedge Keeper, Left
Wedge
Valve Plate
1
1
1
1
90 O-ring x Barb, 12-12
1
789051
791868
90 12MOR x 1.25” HB
1
Hyd Control Valve
1
7
791869
791219
Hyd Control Valve
12 MOR-8 FP x 45 Forged
1
1
Model
110800
110900
1131
All
All
All
All
110800
110900
1131
110800
110900
1131
All
8
778827
8MOR x 8 FP x 90 Forged
2
All
1
2a
2b
3
4
5
Part#
790445
790446
790447
783968
783969
788263
791187
778642
6
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
28a
28b
29
30
31
32
33
Desc
Qty
High Pressure Hose
½” ID x 56” Long
778619
High Pressure Hose
½” ID x 21.75 Long
1
17141
Hose Clamp, 3/4”
2
110800
777835
Hose Clamp
13/16"-1-3/4"
2
110900
1131
790486
787833
790562
790444
790776
784470
778459
790548
790473
788343
788243
790926
790746
788244
788245
790930
790931
791875
124A
777124
778844
1
Hose, 1.25” ID x 69”
Beam
Log Cradle
Gusset
Decal, NorthStar Branding
Breather Cap/Oil Dipstick
Hand Grip
Horizontal Beam Lock
Towbar
Bracket, Pivot
Latch Rod
Out Rigger Leg
Pivot Pin
Latch Rod Pin
Latch Spring
Fender, Right
Fender, Left
Tire
Dust Cap
Spindle Castle Nut
Axle Stub Washer
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
3
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
788350
Hydraulic Tank
38
39
40
All
791244
Filter Head-Sm
791245
Filter Head-Lg
791247
Return Line Filter-Sm
791248
Return Line Filter-Lg
778829
MNPT x HB Elbow
1
790487
788040
778829
1.25” NPT x 1.25” HB
Manual Tube
MNPT x HB Elbow
1
1
1
788504
1” NPT x1” HB Elbow
1
17141
Hose Clamp, 3/4"
2
777835
Hose Clamp, 13/16"-1-3/4"
2
1131
1
110800
1
110900
1
1131
1
110800
All
42
1
Hydraulic Tank
36
Desc
1/2” Magnetic Hex Plug
790705
Hose, 3/4” ID x 65”
788349
35
Part#
790064
Qty
1
Model
All
1
110800
110900
1131
1
41
790489
790699
Ref#
34
1
791170
790483
790265
43
110800
110900
1131
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
110800
110900
1131
790470
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
31
1130
778423
791311
790431
50RAS8
82065
31094
791408
788264
31095
791382
778470
82058
791862
790677
791861
BR020110
3030
BR020010
6059
6067
60968
778674
778592
Low Pressure Hose
¾”ID x 14”
Low Pressure Hose
1”ID x 16”
Low Pressure Hose
1” ID x 17.5”
Strainer
3/4” FPT x 1.5 MPT
Strainer
1” FPT x 1.5” MPT
Safety Chain
2” Ball/ Coupler
Jack
Engine Guard
1/2” M x ½” F Rt Angle
#10-24 Nylon Nut
1/4” Brass Washer
Extension Spring
Throttle Bracket
1/4" Nylon Washer
Idle Control Cable
Idle Control Arm
1/4” x 1/4” Shoulder Bolt
Hydraulic Pump, 11 GPM
Hydraulic Pump, 13 GPM
Hydraulic Pump, 16 GPM
Pump Bracket
Pump Bracket
Engine, Honda GX160
Engine, Honda GX200
Engine, Honda GX270
Cotter Pin
Cylinder Pin
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
110800
110900
1131
110800
110900
1131
All
110800
110900
1131
110800
110900
110900
1131
All
All
All
All
All
110900
1131
110800
110900
1131
1131
110800
110900
110800
110900
1131
All
All
Parts Breakdown – Exploded View 110800, 110900, 1131 – Rev F.3
64
65
66
67
790397
790398
790399
790488
790810
790811
790808
4” 24” Cylinder
4.5” x 24” Cylinder
5” x 24” Cylinder
8MOR x MOR Adjustable
24 Ton Decal
30 Ton Decal
37 Ton Decal
777910
Coupling 3/4"
777911
777912
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
1
1
2
1
Coupling 1”
110800
110900
1131
All
110800
110900
1131
110800
110900
1131
110800
110900
Coupling Insert
1
Coupling Insert
1
1131
Coupling 1/2"
Dust Cap Tool
1
1
790564
Adapter Sleeve
1
82332
82468
82467
82115
778873
791545
5/8-11 Nylon Nut
5/8-11 x 2-3/4 Socket Bolt
7/16-14 x 2-1/4 Hex Bolt
7/16-14 Nylon Nut
8mm Grease Zerk
Tow Bar Spacer
1
1
16
16
4
2
All
All
110800
110900
All
All
All
All
All
All
BR00600
1B
777909
780599
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Summary of Important Safety information for Operation
WARNING
Carefully read and make sure you understand the following safety information before using the log splitter.
Improper use or maintenance of the log splitter can result in serious injury to the operator or bystanders from
moving parts that can crush or cut, flying objects, burns, fire or explosion, escaping high pressure hydraulic
fluid, or carbon monoxide poisoning.
Introduction



Read Manual. Read this operator's manual and the engine Owner's Manual completely before attempting to use the
log splitter. Serious injury or death can result if safety instructions are not followed.
Instruct operators. The log splitter owner should instruct all operators in safe log splitter operation.
Intended use. Log splitters should only be used for splitting wood logs, lengthwise with the grain. Do not use for
other purposes, as unforeseen hazards may result.
Prohibition Against Modifications
Never modify or alter the log splitter in any way. Modifications can create serious safety hazards and will void
the warranty.
 Attachments. Never add attachments to the splitter, except for authorized accessories supplied by the manufacturer
with instructions for safe installation and use.
 Engine Speed. The maximum engine speed is preset at a safe limit. Never attempt to modify the engine speed
setting to run at a higher speed.
 Fuel/Exhaust system. NEVER modify or add to the exhaust system, fuel tanks, or fuel lines. Fire can result.
 Remote Control. NEVER attach a rope, cable, or other remote device to the splitting control.
 Splitting Wedge. NEVER attempt to change the height or speed of the splitting wedge.
 Pressure Setting. NEVER increase the pressure setting of the pump or control valve.
Operator Restrictions


Untrained Operators. Do not allow anyone to operate the log splitter who has not read the owner's manual or been
instructed on the safe use of the splitter.
Minimum Operator Age. Never allow anyone under age 16 to operate the log splitter. Anyone 16 years of age
and older must be trained and supervised by a trained adult.
Safety in Moving and Towing the Log Splitter
WARNING
The log splitter is very heavy. It can cause serious injury if it rolls out of control or tips over.
Follow the safety instructions below for safely moving the log splitter.
General Safety While Moving





Horizontal position. Make sure the log splitter is secured in the horizontal position before moving the log splitter.
DO NOT move the log splitter when it is in the vertical position because it will be unstable and could tip.
Hills. Do not move the log splitter up or down hills by hand – use a towing vehicle.
Engine off. Never move the log splitter with its engine running.
No riding. Never allow anyone to sit or ride on the log splitter.
No cargo. Never transport cargo or wood on the log splitter.


Read instructions. Review towing safety instructions in your towing vehicle manual.
Securely attached. Be sure the log splitter is securely attached to the towing vehicle before towing.
Safety During Towing
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Summary of Important Safety information for Operation
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Tires. Be sure the tires are fully inflated and in good repair before towing the log splitter. When adding air to the
tires, do not over-inflate – serious injury could occur if tire explodes.
Added length. Be aware of the added length of the splitter.
Speed Limit. Never tow this log splitter over 45 mph. Faster speeds may result in loss of control.
Rough terrain. Be extra cautious and drive slowly when traveling over rough terrain.
Under the influence. Never tow this splitter while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication.
On public roads. If towing on a public road, make sure to comply with all local, state, and federal towing
requirements. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to obtain licensing, trailer lights, safety chains or signage,
as needed to comply.
Unattended. Turn off the towing vehicle before leaving the splitter unattended.
Disconnect before operate. Do not use the log splitter while it is connected to the towing vehicle.
Safety – Before Use
Read/instruct
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Read manual. Do not allow anyone to operate the log splitter who has not read the owner's manual or has not been
instructed on the safe use of the splitter.
Review safety rules. Before starting this log splitter, review the "Rules for Safe operation." Failure to follow these
rules may result in serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
Know how to stop. Be thoroughly familiar with all controls and proper use of the equipment. Know how to stop
the splitter and relieve system pressures quickly if needed.
Personal protective equipment
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Eye protection. Always wear safety glasses or goggles when operating the machine. Pieces of log may fly out and
serious eye injury can occur.
Boots. Falling logs can crush feet. Always wear safety shoes or heavy boots when operating or helping to load
logs.
Loose/dangling. Loose or dangling apparel can become entangled in moving parts. Never wear jewelry or loosefitting clothing.
Gloves. Wear snug fitting gloves without drawstrings or loose cuffs.
Hearing Protection. The use of earplugs or other hearing protection device is recommended.
Safety During Inspection/Maintenance
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Always inspect your log splitter before each use, and repair as needed, to keep it in safe working condition:
Engine off. Always make sure the engine is off before cleaning, repairing or adjusting the splitter, except as
recommended by the manufacturer.
Engine debris. Debris on a hot engine can be a fire hazard. With the engine off, clean debris and chaff from engine
cylinder head, cylinder head fins, blower housing rotating screen, and muffler areas. Avoid contact with hot
muffler.
Other debris. Debris on moving parts can cause excess wear. With the splitter engine off, clear debris from
moving parts.
Fuel tank / lines. Before each use, check fuel tank and fuel lines for leaks. Any fuel leak is a fire hazard. Fix any
fuel leaks before starting engine.
Mechanical parts. Check to be sure that all nuts and bolts are tight to make sure the log splitter is in safe working
condition.
Hydraulic system. Check the hydraulic system (hoses, tubing, clamps/fittings, pump, and cylinder) carefully
before each use. Do not operate the log splitter with frayed, kinked, cracked or damaged hydraulic hoses, fittings, or
tubing, or if oily residue is observed on any of the components. High fluid pressures and temperatures are
developed in the log splitter. Hydraulic fluid escaping through a pin hole sized opening can burn or puncture skin,
resulting in wounds that could cause blood poisoning, infection, disability, gangrene, amputation, or death.
Therefore, the following instructions should be heeded at all times when inspecting or servicing the hydraulic
components of the log splitter:
 Do not remove the hydraulic oil dipstick when the engine is running. Hot oil can escape causing severe
burns. Allow log splitter to cool completely before removing hydraulic oil dipstick.
 Do not adjust the pressure setting of the pump or valve.
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 Do not check for leaks with your hand. Leaks can be located by holding a piece of cardboard or wood (at least
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two feet long) with your hand at one end and passing the other end over the suspected area (wear eye
protection). Look for discoloration of the cardboard or wood.
 Stop the engine, disconnect the spark plug, and move all control valve handles back and forth to relieve
pressure before changing or adjusting hydraulic system components such as hoses, tubing, fittings or other
components.
 If injured by escaping fluid, no matter how small the wound is, see a doctor at once. A typical injection injury
may be a small puncture wound that does not look serious. However, severe infection or reaction can result if
proper medical treatment is not administered immediately by a doctor who is familiar with injection injuries.
Spark arrestor muffler. If the engine is equipped with a spark arrestor muffler, clean and inspect it regularly
(follow manufacturer's service instructions). Replace if damaged.
Tires. Be sure tires are fully inflated and in good repair before towing the splitter. When adding air to tires, do not
over-inflate -- serious injury could occur if tire explodes.
Guards / shields. Make sure all guards and shields are replaced after servicing the log splitter.
Replacement parts. If a part needs replacement, only use parts that meet the manufacturer's specifications.
Replacement parts that do not meet specifications may result in a safety hazard or poor operation of the log splitter.
Safety During Fueling
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Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel. Use
extreme care when handling gasoline:
Fuel outdoors. Fill fuel tank outdoors – never indoors. Gasoline vapors can ignite if they collect inside an
enclosure. Explosion can result.
Use approved container. Never pump fuel directly into engine at gas station. Static charge can build and ignite
fuel. Use an UL approved fuel container to transfer gas to the engine.
Running / hot engine. A running engine is hot enough to ignite fuel. Never add fuel or remove gas cap if engine is
running or still hot. Stop the engine and allow to cool at least two minutes before adding fuel.
Heat / flames / sparks. Stay away from sources of heat, flame, or sparks while adding fuel.
Don't overfill. DO NOT overfill the gas tank. Allow at least 1/2" of empty space below the fill neck to allow for
fuel expansion.
Replace cap. Replace gas cap securely before starting engine.
Spills. Clean up fuel spills immediately. Move log splitter away from spilled fuel on the ground. Wipe fuel off
engine and wait 5 minutes for excess fuel to evaporate before starting engine. Gas soaked rags should be disposed
of properly.
On skin / clothes. If gasoline is spilled on your skin or clothes, change clothes and wash skin immediately.
Gasoline storage. Store gasoline in a cool, dry place in an UL approved, tightly sealed container.
Safety in Work Site Selection
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Spark arrestor. If your splitter will be used near any unimproved forest, brush, or grassy covered land, then engine
should be equipped with a spark arrestor. See the "Specifications" section of this manual to determine if your
splitter already has a spark arrestor. Make sure you comply with applicable local, state and federal codes.
Hot exhaust. Hot exhaust fumes from engine can cause fire. Position muffler at least 7' from combustible objects
during operation.
Fire extinguisher. Have a Class B fire extinguisher available as a precautionary measure when operating the log
splitter in dry areas.
Level, dry surface. To prevent accidental falls and equipment tip over, make sure the splitter is situated on a dry,
level surface with good footing. Stay clear of areas with mud, ice, tall grass, weeds, brush, or snow.
Block wheels. Always block the wheels to prevent unintended movement of the log splitter.
Carbon monoxide. The running engine gives off carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that can kill you. You
CANNOT smell it, see it, or taste it. ONLY run log splitter OUTDOORS and away from air intakes. NEVER run
log splitter inside homes, garages, sheds, or other semi-enclosed spaces. These spaces can trap poisonous gases,
EVEN if you run a fan or open windows. If you start to feel sick, dizzy, or weak while using the log splitter, shut
off the engine and get to fresh air RIGHT AWAY. See a doctor. You may have carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Safety – During Use
General Safety During Use
WARNING: Before starting this log splitter, review the following rules for safe operation. Failure to follow these
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rules may result in serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
Safety equipment / controls. Always operate the log splitter with all safety equipment in place and in good
working order, and all controls properly adjusted for safe operation.
Operating speed. Always operate the log splitter at the manufacturer's recommended speed. The maximum speed
of the engine, pump and wedge are preset within safe limits.
Know how to stop. Be thoroughly familiar with all controls and with the proper use of the equipment. Know how
to stop the log splitter and relieve system pressures quickly if needed.
Daylight only. Only use the log splitter in daylight so you can see what you are doing.
Smoking / sparks. Never smoke while operating the log splitter, and never operate near sources of sparks or flames.
Hot muffler. If you are starting a warm engine, stay clear of muffler. It may still be hot enough to burn you.
Unattended. Never leave the machine unattended while the engine is running.
Under the influence. Never operate, or let anyone else operate, the log splitter while under the influence of alcohol,
drugs, or medication.
Adjusting / repairing. Always make sure the engine is off before cleaning, repairing or adjusting the splitter, except
as recommended by the manufacturer. In addition, disconnect the spark plug and move all control handles back and
forth to relieve system pressure before changing or adjusting hydraulic system components such as hoses, tubing,
fittings or other components.
Carbon monoxide. The running engine gives off carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that can kill you. You
CANNOT smell it, see it, or taste it. If you start to feel sick, dizzy, or weak while using the log splitter, shut off the
engine and get to fresh air RIGHT AWAY. See a doctor. You may have carbon monoxide poisoning.
Other exhaust dangers. Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit
chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Avoid
inhalation of exhaust.
Safety in Loading, Operating, and Unloading
 Square log ends. Logs that are not cut square can slide out while splitting and become a safety hazard or cause
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excessive force to log splitter components. Use a chainsaw to cut logs square on each end before attempting to split
them.
Single log. Never attempt to split more than one log at a time. Pieces of log can unexpectedly be thrown from the
machine causing serious injury.
Split along grain. Do not use the log splitter to split logs across the grain. Doing so will damage the log splitter and
could also cause pieces of log to be thrown, injuring the operator or bystanders.
Forked logs. Splitting forked logs can cause damage the log splitter. Trim the forked log with a chain saw prior to
splitting the log.
Keep hands clear. ALWAYS keep hands and feet away from the endplate, wedge, and partially split logs while
loading, operating and unloading the log splitter.
Operator position. ALWAYS operate the log splitter from the manufacturer's indicated OPERATOR POSITION.
Other positions are unsafe because they can increase the risk of injury from crushing, cutting, flying objects, or
burns.
Straddling / reaching across. Never straddle, reach across, or step over the beam while the engine is running and
the log splitter is in the horizontal position. You could trip, actuate the controls, and get seriously injured.
Second person. Many accidents occur when there is more than one person involved in loading and operating the log
splitter. Only one person should operate the controls. If a second person is assisting in loading logs, the operator
must NEVER actuate the Split Control Lever until the assistant and all bystanders are at least 10 feet away. NEVER
allow an assistant to hold the log in place while the operator actuates the Split Control Lever.
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Loading/Unloading
Unsplit log pile. Do not pile logs to be split in a place that will make you reach across the log splitter in order to
load them.
Hold bark side. Hold the bark side of logs when loading or positioning, never the ends. Never place your hands or
any part of your body between a log and any part of the log splitter.
NOTE for vertical position loading: Place the log on the endplate and turn it until it leans against the beam and is
stable. If the log is too big or oddly shaped, stabilize the log with wooden shims between the log and endplate or
ground. DO NOT use your leg or knee to stabilize the log. NEVER stabilize the log by placing your hand on top of
the log.
Wedge moving. NEVER load or unload logs while the wedge is moving.
Cracks. Cracks in logs can close quickly and pinch fingers. Keep fingers away from any cracks that open in
partially split logs.
Split log pile. Move each log away from log splitter after it is split. Split logs left near the log splitter are a trip
hazard.
Remove hands. Remove both hands from log before activating Split Control Lever.
Hand activate. Use only your hand to operate the Split Control Lever. Never use any other body part, or a rope,
cable, or other remote device to actuate the control.
Returning wedge. Once the control valve is actuated in the return direction, the wedge is designed to keep
returning by itself completely and then stop automatically. Stay clear while the wedge is returning. It is still
powerful enough on the return stroke to cause serious injury.
Log stuck on wedge. If a log does not split completely and becomes stuck on the wedge, follow the instructions
below to remove the log. A log can become stuck to the wedge if the wedge becomes embedded in the log and the
log doesn't split and separate. This can happen if the log is too stringy or tough to split completely. A stuck log will
move back with the wedge on the initial attempt to retract the wedge. If this happens, retract the wedge completely
to allow the splitter to strip the log from the wedge. Keep hands clear of log and wedge while wedge is retracting.
WARNING: NEVER attempt to remove a stuck log by:
 Modifying the splitter.
 Adding attachments to the splitter.
Personal injury could result from log or metal pieces flying out at high speed toward the operator or bystanders, or the
splitter could become damaged.
 Changing splitting position. Do not change splitting positions (horizontal/vertical) with the engine running.
You may contact the muffler and receive serious burns. Be careful to avoid contact with hot muffler even after
the engine is turned off.
 Refueling. Never refuel the engine until it has cooled at least two minutes.
Safety – After use
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Return to horizontal. If in the vertical position, turn off engine and return log splitter to the horizontal position for
greater stability and to prepare for transportation. Avoid contact with hot muffler.
Remove engine debris. Debris on a hot engine can be a fire hazard. With the engine off, clean debris and chaff from
engine cylinder head, cylinder head fins, blower housing rotating screen, and muffler areas. Avoid contact with hot
muffler.
Let engine cool before storing. Let engine cool for at least five minutes before storing. A hot engine can be a fire
hazard.
Storage location. Store the log splitter in a location away from sources of heat, open flames, sparks or pilot lights –
such as water heaters, space heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers, or other gas appliances. Even if the log splitter's gas
tank is empty, residual gasoline vapors could ignite.
Gasoline storage. Store extra gasoline in a cool, dry place in an UL approved, tightly sealed container. Gasoline
vapors can ignite if they collect inside an enclosure.
Periodic maintenance. Perform periodic maintenance as directed in this manual to keep the log splitter in safe
working condition.
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Assembly Instructions
Remove all components from the shipping container. Using this manual, identify and sort components as necessary.
Closely inspect all log splitter components.
If you have missing or damaged components, please contact Product Support at 1-800-270-0810.
Find a work space that is large enough to maneuver log splitter once completely assembled. Assemble log splitter on solid
and level ground.
CAUTION! Heavy lifting required. Some of the components in these assembly instructions are heavy and cannot
be lifted by one person safely. Please plan on assembling this product when another person can be available to help out.
Tools needed: Adjustable wrenches, Torque Wrench, Soft Faced Mallet, Flat Blade Screw Driver, Allen Wrench
Tow Bar
Assembly
Beam
Assembly
Hydraulic Tank
Assembly
Horizontal Latch
Bracket
Contents below are shrink-wrapped together and packaged inside log splitter crate.
Log Cradles
Qty 2
Out Rigger
Leg
Engine Guard
Manual Tube
Parts Bag
Box may come attached to
log splitter crate or shipped
separately.
Engine Pump
Combo Box
Jack
Wheels are shrink-wrapped separately to the ends of
beam on log splitter crate.
Wheels
Qty 2
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Assembly Instructions
Parts Bag:
Part# 790639
Valve Plate
Qty 1
Valve Plate
Part# 82562
M6-1.0 x 35mm PHCS, Zinc
Qty 3
Wheel Assembly
Part# 778844
Axle Stub Washer
Qty 2
Wheel Assembly
Part# 124A
Dust Cap
Qty 2
Log Cradles to Beam
Part# 82545
M8-1.25 x 30 HHSF GR5Z Bolt
Qty 4
Throttle Cable to Beam
Part# 82545
M8-1.25 x 30 HHSF GR5Z Bolt
Qty 2
Engine to Engine Mount on Tank
Part# 82280
M8-1.25 x 40mm HHSF
Qty 4
Valve Plate
Part# 82563
M6-1.0 Nylon Insert Locknut
Qty 3
Wheel Assembly
Part# 778674
Cotter Pin, 1/8” x 2”
Qty 2
Horizontal Latch to Beam
Part# 82551
M12-1.75 x 35 HHSF GR5Z
Qty 2
Horizontal Latch to Beam
Part# 82273
M12-1.75 Ser Flange Nut
Qty 2
Manual Tube
Part# 82529
M6 x 20mm Self Tapping Screw
Qty 3
Wheel Assembly
Part# 780599
Dust Cap Tool
Qty 1
Log Cradles to Beam
Part# 82281
M8-1.25 Ser Flange Nut
Qty 4
Engine to Engine Mount on Tank
Part# 82281
M8-1.25 Ser Flange Nut
Qty 2
Engine to Engine Mount on Tank
Part# 82281
M8-1.25 Ser Flange Nut
Qty 4
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Jack to Tow Bar, Qty 4
Out Rigger to Tank, Qty 1
Part# 82270
M10-1.5 Nylon Insert Nut
Jack to Tow Bar
Part# 82262
M10-1.5 x 25 HHSF
Qty 4
Out Rigger to Tank
Part# 82201
M10 Flat Washer
Qty 1
Out Rigger to Tank
Part# 82574
M10-1.5 x 70 HHSF Bolt
Qty 1
Engine Guard to Beam
Part# 82565
M8-1.25 x 50mm HHCS GR5
Qty 4
Throttle Cable Clamp to
Engine Mount
Part# 82281
M8-1.25 Nut
Qty 1
Throttle Cable Clamp to
Engine Mount
Part # 82545
M8-1.25 x 30 Bolt
Qty 1
Engine Guard to Beam
Part# 777495
M8-1.25 Nyloc Nut
Qty 4
Assembly Instructions
Parts Bag Continued:
110800, 110900, & 1131
Cylinder to Valve Fitting
Part# 790488
8MOR x 8 MOR Adj Fitting
Qty 1
110800 Only
Valve to Hydraulic Filter Fitting
Part# 778642
90° O-Ring Boss x 3/4” Hose Barb
Qty 1
Return Line Filter Fitting
Part# 778829
MNPT x Hose Barb Elbow, 12-12
Qty 1
Hydraulic Pump Fitting
Part# 50RAS8
1/2” M x 1/2” F Rt Angle
Qty 1
Valve to Cylinder Fitting
Part# 778827
O-Ring x FNPT Swivel Elbow, 8-8
Qty 1
11090 Only
Valve to Hydraulic Filter Fitting
Part# 778642
90° O-Ring Boss x 3/4” Hose Barb
Qty 1
Return Line Filter Fitting
Part# 778829
MNPT x Hose Barb Elbow, 12-12
Qty 1
Valve to Hydraulic Pump Fitting
Part# 791219
12 MOR- 8 FP x 45 Forged
Qty 1
1131 Only
Valve to Hydraulic Filter Fitting
Part# 789051
12 MOR x 1.25 HB
Qty 1
Return Line Filter Fitting
Part# 790487
1.25” MPT x 1.25” HB Elbow
Qty 1
Filter to Valve Hose Clamps
Part# 17141
3/4” Hose Clamp
Qty 2
Filter to Valve Hose Clamps
Tank to Pump Hose Clamps
Part# 17141
3/4” Hose Clamp
Qty 4
Engine Guard to Beam
Part# 777496
M8 Flat Washer
Qty 4
Tank to Pump Hose Clamps
Part# 777935
13/16” to 1-3/4” Hose Clamp
Qty 2
Engine Guard to Beam
Part# 777496
M8 Flat Washer
Qty 3
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Tank to Pump Hose Clamps
Part# 777935
13/16” to 1-3/4” Hose Clamp
Qty 4
Engine Guard to Beam
Part# 777496
M8 Flat Washer
Qty 3
Assembly Instructions
Engine Pump Combo Box:
Engine
Hydraulic Valve
Auto Idle Cable
Pump Bracket
(110900, 1131 Only)
Hydraulic Pump
110800, 110900, 1131
Valve to Cylinder Hose
Part# 778619
High Pressure Hose, 21.75” x 1/2” ID with
1/2" Male NPT fittings
Qty 1
Valve to Hydraulic Pump
Part# 790489
High Pressure Hose, 56” x 1/2” ID with
1/2” Male NPT fittings
Qty 1
110800 Only
Valve to Return Line Filter Hose
Part# 790699
Return Line Hose, 65” x 3/4” ID
Qty 1
Return Line Filter
Part# 791247
Qty 1
Tank to Hydraulic Pump Hose
Part# 790705
Suction Hose, 14” x 3/4” ID
Qty 1
Filter Head
Part# 791244
Qty 1
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Assembly Instructions
110900 Only
Valve to Return Line Filter Hose
Part# 790699
Return Line Hose, 65” x 3/4” ID
Qty 1
Tank to Hydraulic Pump Hose
Part# 791170
Suction Hose, 16” x 1” ID
Qty 1
Filter Head
Part# 791244
Qty 1
Return Line Filter
Part# 791247
Qty 1
Throttle Bracket Assembly
See parts explosion
1131 Only
Valve to Return Line Filter Hose
Part# 790486
Return Line Hose, 69” x 1/1/4” ID
Qty 1
Return Line Filter
Part# 791248
Qty 1
Tank to Hydraulic Pump Hose
Part# 790483
Suction Hose, 17.5” x 1” ID
Qty 1
Filter Head
Part# 791245
Qty 1
Throttle Bracket Assembly
See parts explosion
Owner’s Manual Bag:
Fender to Tank
Part# 82596
M8-1.25 x 20mm BHCS
Qty 4
Fender to Tank
Part# 777495
M8-1.25 Nyloc Nut
Qty 4
Owner’s Manual
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Assembly Instructions
Step 1 – Fender to Tank Assembly
 Set hydraulic tank assembly on level surface.
 Detach left and right fenders from hydraulic tank assembly after
unpacking. Discard bolts, washers, and nuts.
 Left and right fenders will be installed on the opposite side as
delivered in the packaging.
 Align left and right fenders to hydraulic tank assembly as shown
below.
 Insert bolts and secure with nuts.
 Torque to 21ft.-lb.
Tools Needed
 5mm Allen Wrench
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed (Located in Owner’s Manual Bag):
Pictured below is the hydraulic tank
assembly after unpacking from crate.
Remove bolts as shown.
Fender to Tank
Button Head Cap Screw
Qty 4
Fender to Tank
Nyloc Nut
Qty 4
Left
Fender
Bolt
Nut
Right
Fender
Nut
Bolt
Right
Fender
Left
Fender
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Assembly Instructions
Step 2 – Tire to Tank Assembly
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NOTE: Axle nuts are installed (hand tight only) on axles. Remove
from wheel prior to beginning this step. They will be re-installed.
Slide tire onto axle with valve stem facing out.
Slide wheel washer up against the wheel bearing.
Thread axle nut onto axle.
Using a torque wrench, tighten the axle nut to 30-40 ft.- lbs.
Turn hub to ensure proper bearing seating.
Loosen the axle nut until loose enough to turn the axle nut with your
fingers.
Re-tighten the axle nut until finger tight.
Insert cotter pin through hole in axle nut and axle. Bend and spread
prongs in opposite directions so the axle nut will not come off (make
sure the tire spins freely).
Tools Needed
 Pliers
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag (Axle Nuts Located on Tank Assembly):
Cotter Pin
Qty 2
Wheel Washer
Qty 2
1" Axle Nut
Qty 2
*Partially Installed on Wheel
Not found in Parts Bag
Axle
Tire
Wheel Washer
Cotter Pin
Axle Nut
Valve Stem
Wheel Bearing
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Assembly Instructions
Step 3 – Wheel Assembly
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Align the dust cap against the wheel hub.
Position the dust cap tool evenly onto the surface of the dust cap.
Place a piece of wood over the dust cap tool.
Using a soft faced mallet tap the piece of wood against the dust cap
tool to install dust cap onto the wheel hub.
 Repeat for the other wheel. Discard hub cap tool.
Tools Needed
 Soft Faced Mallet
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Dust Cap
Qty 2
Dust Cap Tool
Qty 1
Dust Cap
Dust Cap Tool
Piece of Wood
(Not Supplied)
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Assembly Instructions
Step 4 – Tow Bar to Tank
Tools Needed
NOTE: Nut and bolt are installed (hand tight only) on tow bar mount
for packaging purposes. Remove nut and bolt prior to beginning this
step. They will be re-installed.
 Align holes on the tow bar to the tow bar mount on the hydraulic tank
assembly.
 Re-install (2) bolts and (2) nuts, and tighten with wrench.
 Torque to 71 ft.-lb.
 18mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed (Located on Tank Assembly):
Tow Bar to Tank
Flange Bolt
Qty 2
Tow Bar to Tank
Nyloc Nut
Qty 2
Nut
Tow Bar
Mount
Holes
Tow Bar
.
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Bolt
Assembly Instructions
Step 5 – Jack to Jack Mount/Tow Bar
Tools Needed
 Connect jack to jack mount located on the front end of the tow bar.
 Align jack bracket to jack mount on tow bar. Insert (4) bolts and
thread on (4) locknuts.
 Torque to 41 ft.-lb.
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Jack to Tow Bar
Flange Bolt
Qty 4
Jack to Tow Bar
Nyloc Nut
Qty 4
Nut
Bolt
Jack
Mount
Jack
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 15mm Wrench
 16mm Wrench
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 6 – Suction Hose to Hydraulic Tank
 Locate the shortest piece of suction hose and the appropriate sized
hose clamp as shown below.
 Slide one end of the suction hose thru the inside hole of the engine
mount bracket.
 Loosen hose clamp as necessary. Slide hose clamp onto end of suction
hose and push hose onto elbow.
 Secure and tighten hose clamp around the suction hose and elbow.
Torque to50 in.-lb.
 Hose clamp must have a tight seal to prevent hydraulic oil from
leaking.
 Allow suction hose to hang loose until further direction.
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Tools Needed
 Flat Blade Screw
Driver
 Torque Wrench
Hoses Needed:
Tank to Hydraulic Pump Hose
Suction Hose, 14” x 3/4” ID
Qty 1, Model 110800 Only
Tank to Hydraulic Pump Hose
Suction Hose, 17.5” x 1” ID
Qty 1, Model 110900, 1131 Only
Tank to Pump Hose Clamp
Qty 1
110900 and 1131 Only
Tank to Pump Hose Clamp
Qty 1
110800 Only
Tow Bar
Suction Hose
Inside Hole of
Engine Mount Bracket
Hose Clamp
Elbow
(already installed)
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Assembly Instructions
Step 7 – Engine to Tank
Tools Needed
 13mm Wrench
 Torque Wrench
Note: Throttle cable is assembled to the engine. Cable routing will be
shown in a future step.
 Mount fully assembled engine and pump to engine mount bracket on
the hydraulic tank assembly using (4) engine bolts and (4) nuts.
 Torque to 21 ft.-lb.
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Engine to Tank
Flange Bolt
Qty 4
Engine to Tank
Flange Nut
Qty 4
Bolt
Engine
Nut
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Engine Mount
Bracket
Assembly Instructions
Step 8 – Suction Hose from Tank to Pump
 In step 6, a piece of suction hose was installed to the fitting on the
hydraulic tank assembly.
 Locate the other end of the suction hose and the hydraulic pump as
show below.
 Loosen hose clamp as necessary. Slide hose clamp onto end of suction
hose and push onto pump fitting.
 Secure and tighten hose clamp around the suction hose and pump
fitting. Torque to 78 in.-lb.
 Hose clamp must have a tight seal to prevent hydraulic oil from
leaking.
Tools Needed
 Flat Blade Screw
Driver
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Tank to Pump Hose Clamp
Qty 1
110900 and 1131 Only
Tank to Pump Hose Clamp
Qty 1
110800 Only
Suction Hose
Hose
Clamp
Hydraulic Pump
Pump Fitting
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Assembly Instructions
Step 9 – Outrigger Leg to Tank
 Connect the rear outrigger leg to the backside of the hydraulic tank
assembly
 Tighten nut until snug then back off 1/2 turn
 NOTE: Once the Outrigger Leg is installed, lock the leg in the down
position.
Tools Needed
 15mm Wrench
 16mm Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Out Rigger to Tank
Flange Bolt
Qty 1
Out Rigger to Tank
Washer
Qty 1
Out Rigger to Tank
Nyloc Nut
Qty 1
Nut
Washer
Bolt
Out Rigger Leg
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Assembly Instructions
Step 10 – Install Filter and Manual Tube
 Screw finger-tight (1) Return Line Filter Head onto hydraulic tank
return port. NOTE: The arrow on filter head should point towards the
tank.
 Wrench-tighten the fitting to 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight position.
Consider final orientation position as to not exceed the recommended
Turns Past Finger Tight. Properly assembled fittings total thread
engagement should be 3.5-6 turns.
 CAUTION: Never back off an installed pipe fitting to achieve proper
alignment. Loosening installed pipe fittings will corrupt the seal and
contribute to leakage and failure.
 Screw finger-tight (1) Return Line Filter Canister onto bottom of
return line filter head until gasket makes contact/hand tight. Then,
tighten filter an additional 1/4 turn.
 Remove the manual tube cover from manual tube
 Align holes in manual tube with holes in tow bar
 Secure the manual tube to tow bar using (3) Self-Tapping Screws
 Reattach the manual tube cover onto the manual tube.
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Manual Tube
Self Tapping Screw
Qty 3
Hydraulic
Return Port
Return Line
Filter Head
Screw
Manual Tube
Filter Base
Tow Bar
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Tools Needed
 Pipe Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
 11mm Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 11 – Install Beam Assembly
Tools Needed
NOTE: Nut and bolt are installed (hand tight only) on pivot bracket
for packaging purposes.
 Step 11 A: Remove nut and bolt. They will be re-installed.
 Step 11 B: Push pivot bracket so that it is parallel to the back side of
tank.
 Step 11 C: Stand beam assembly on end plate with the help of another
person. Have that person hold the beam in place while maneuvering the
log splitter as shown in Step 11 D.
 18mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Beam to Pivot Bracket
Flange Bolt
Qty 2
Beam to Pivot Bracket
Nyloc Nut
Qty 2
Step 11 A
Step 11 C
Beam
Assembly
Bolt
Pivot Mount
Bracket
Nut
Step 11 B
End Plate
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Assembly Instructions
Step 11 – Install Beam Assembly Cont’d
Tools Needed
 Step 11 D: Maneuver log splitter and align with the beam as shown
below.
 NOTE: Once log splitter is in line with beam, put the out rigger leg in
the DOWN position to stabilize splitter for assembling.
 Insert (2) bolts and thread (2) nuts onto bolts.
 Torque to 71 ft.-lb.
Step 11 D
Complete View
Nuts
Bolts
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 18mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 12 – Horizontal Latch to Beam
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Align horizontal latch to beam using (2) bolts and (2) nuts.
Torque to 71 ft.-lb.
Ensure that the Outrigger leg is in the DOWN position.
Using the handle on the beam, lower beam to the tow bar. Pull
horizontal lock latch rod outwards to allow the beam to rest properly
on the tow bar. Push latch rod forward to lock in the horizontal
position.
 See page 20 for further instruction.
 Note: If horizontal latch bracket does not latch correctly. Loosen
bolts/nuts and adjust horizontal latch bracket. If further adjustment is
needed, loosen bolts/nuts from Step 11 and adjust pivot mount bracket.
Tools Needed
 18mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Horizontal Latch to Beam
Flange Nut
Qty 2
Horizontal Latch to Beam
Flange Bolt
Qty 2
Beam
Horizontal Latch Bracket
Nut
Bolt
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Assembly Instructions
Step 13 – Log Tables to Beam
Tools Needed
 Align right side log table to beam and insert the top (2) bolts and
bottom (2) bolts.
 Align left side log table to the bolts inserted above. Add (4) nuts onto
bolts and secure tightly.
 Torque to 21 ft.-lb.
 Note: It may be helpful to have another person assist with this step.
 13mm Wrench
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Log Cradle to Beam
Flange Bolt
Qty 4
Log Cradle to Beam
Flange Nut
Qty 4
Side view of
installed bolts
Left Side
Right Side
Nut- 2x
Bolt- 2x
Nut- 2x
Bolt- 2x
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Assembly Instructions
Step 14 – Throttle Cable Setup
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Tools Needed
Step 14 only applies to Models 110900 and 1131
One end of the throttle cable is connected to the engine. Route
unattached end of cable from engine downward towards engine mount
bracket. Ensure cable routes thru the hose guide.
There is (1) crimped clamp secured on the cable and (1) vinyl coated
clamp that is free moving on the cable.
Insert bolt thru the crimped clamp that attaches the cable to the engine
mount bracket. Secure with nut. Torque to 21 ft.-lb.
Vinyl coated loop clamp will be connected to engine guard bolt in a
future step.
 13mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Engine Throttle Clamp
to Engine Mount
Flange Bolt
Qty 1
Engine Throttle Clamp to
Engine Mount
Flange Nut
Qty 1
Hose Guide
Engine/Pump
Tow Bar
Engine Mount Bracket
Throttle Cable
Crimped Clamp
Bolt and Nut
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Assembly Instructions
Step 14 – Throttle Cable Setup Cont.
 Lower beam to horizontal position and lock the horizontal latch as
shown
 Attach free end of throttle cable to bracket as shown below. Tighten
nuts on cable to secure throttle cable to bracket.
 Attach throttle bracket assembly to beam using (2) Throttle Cable to
Beam Flange Bolts and (2) Throttle Cable to Beam Flange Nut.
 Align bolts in center of slots on throttle bracket. Torque to 21 ft.-lb.
NOTE: Adjust throttle bracket forward or backward for optimal engine
performance.
Tools Needed
 13mm Wrench
2 Needed
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Throttle
Cable
Throttle Cable to Beam
Flange Bolt
Qty 2
Throttle Cable to Beam
Flange Nut
Qty 2
Throttle Cable
Nuts
Nut
Throttle
Bolt
Cable Assembly
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Assembly Instructions
Step 15 – Engine Guard to Beam
NOTE: Engine guard installation varies for all models due to engine size
Assemble to engine guard to the beam in the horizontal position
 Align engine guard bracket to the two sets of holes in the beam
 Slide the vinyl coated clamp located on throttle cable to the hole on the
engine guard shown below. See next page for correct clamp location.
 110800 Only: Using (4) bolts, (4) nuts and (4) washers, secure engine
guard to beam.
 110900 & 1131 Only: Using (4) bolts, (4) nuts, and (3) washers, secure
engine guard to beam. Secure vinyl coated loop clamp from previous
step to underside of beam as shown. Do not use washer on bolt used to
secure loop clamp.
 Torque to 20 ft.lb. CAUTION: Over-tightening can crush tube.
Tools Needed
 13mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Engine Guard to Beam
Flange Bolt
Qty 4
Engine Guard to Beam
Nyloc Nut
Qty 4
Bolt
Engine Guard to Beam
Flat Washer
110800 Qty 4, 110900 &
1131 Qty 3
Secure vinyl
coated loop
clamp to this
bolt.
Beam
Note: Models 110800 &
110900
Engine guard curves
downwards
Engine Guard
Note: Model 1131 shown
Engine guard curves upwards
Washer
Nut
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Assembly Instructions
Step 15 – Engine Guard to Beam Cont.
 Position vinyl coated loop clamp so that throttle cable routing is similar
to what is depicted below. NOTE: Distance from throttle bracket
assembly to end of throttle cable should be at least 2.5”.
Length = 2.5”
Throttle Bracket
Assembly
Engine Guard
Throttle Cable
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Tools Needed
 13mm Wrench
(2 Needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 16 – Control Valve
 Slide control valve handle into the clevis slots on the control valve.
 Align holes in handle with clevis holes.
 Insert the supplied pins through holes and secure with supplied bridge
clips.
Parts Needed from Valve Box:
Control Valve
Control Valve Handle
Bridge Clip
Clevis Slots
Pin
Clevis Slots
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Tools Needed
 Pliers
Assembly Instructions
Step 17 – Valve Installation
Tools Needed
 Remove plug from cylinder port and discard
 Lubricate O-ring and threads on fitting with clean oil
 Orientate (1) Valve Fitting so that nut/washer/O-ring assembly is




facing up. Turn fitting into cylinder port until finger-tight
Torque to 27-43 ft.-lb.
Looking at fitting from end with nut/washer/O-ring assembly, turn nut
clockwise as far as possible
Use valve port marked “A” to thread the control valve onto the fitting
until control valve touches washer
Hold control valve in orientation shown below and torque nut to 37-46
ft.-lb.
Fitting Needed from Parts Bag:
O-Ring
Washer
Nut
Into
Cylinder
Part # 790488
Valve Fitting
Qty: 1
Straight Fitting
Cylinder Port
Cylinder
Hydraulic
Control Valve
Straight Fitting
Fig05026
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 7/8” Wrench
(2 needed)
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 17 – Valve Installation Continued
 Remove plugs from ports in control valve
 Lubricate O-ring and threads on fitting with clean oil
 Looking at fitting from end with nut/washer/O-ring assembly, turn nut
clockwise as far as possible
 Using wrench, turn (1) Valve to Hydraulic Pump Fitting into valve port
marked “IN” until washer touches control valve. Continue turning until
washer touches thread nearest wrench pad
 Back off fitting counterclockwise not exceeding one revolution until it
is oriented in the correct position
 Place wrench on the wrench pad of fitting to prevent fitting from
turning and torque nut to 70-87 ft.-lb.
Hydraulic Pump Fitting
Fitting Orientation
45°
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Tools Needed
 7/8” Wrench
 1” Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 17 – Valve Installation Continued
 Remove plugs from ports in control valve
 Lubricate O-ring and threads on fitting with clean oil
 Looking at fitting from end with nut/washer/O-ring assembly, turn nut
clockwise as far as possible
 Using wrench, turn (1) Valve to Cylinder Fitting into valve port
marked “B” until washer touches control valve. Continue turning until
washer touches thread nearest wrench pad
 Back off fitting counterclockwise not exceeding one revolution until it
is oriented in the correct position
 Place wrench on the wrench pad of fitting to prevent fitting from
turning and torque nut to 37-46 ft.-lb.
Valve to Cylinder Fitting
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Tools Needed
 1” Wrench
 1 1/4” Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 17 – Valve Installation Continued
 Remove plugs from ports in control valve
 Lubricate O-ring and threads on fitting with clean oil
 Looking at fitting from end with nut/washer/O-ring assembly, turn nut
clockwise as far as possible
 Using wrench, turn (1) Valve to Hydraulic Filter Fitting into valve port
marked “OUT” until washer touches control valve. Continue turning
until washer touches thread nearest wrench pad
 Back off fitting counterclockwise not exceeding one revolution until it
is oriented in the correct position
 Place wrench on the wrench pad of fitting to prevent fitting from
turning and torque nut to 70-87 ft.-lb.
Valve to Hydraulic Filter
Fitting
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Tools Needed
 1 5/16” Wrench
 1 5/8” Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 needed)
 Torque Wrench
Assembly Instructions
Step 17 – Valve Installation Continued
 Align valve plate to the top three holes on the mounted valve.
 Using (3) Screws and (3) Nuts secure plate to valve.
 Torque to 102 in.-lb.
Fasteners Needed from Parts Bag:
Valve Plate
Cap Screw
Qty 3
Valve Plate
Nyloc Nut
Qty 3
Bolt
Valve Plate
Nut
Hydraulic
Valve
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Tools Needed
 10mm Wrench
 Philips Screw
Driver
 Torque Wrench

Assembly Instructions
Step 18 – High Pressure Hose Routing
 Route (1) Short High Pressure Hose from the Valve to Cylinder Fitting
on the control valve to the 90° Elbow Cylinder
 Screw finger-tight Short High Pressure Hose to the Valve to Cylinder
Fitting
 Wrench tighten 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight
 Screw finger-tight remaining end of Short High Pressure Hose to the
90° Elbow Cylinder
 Wrench tighten 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight
Tools Needed
 1” Wrench
 7/8” Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 Needed)
Hoses Needed:
Valve to Cylinder Hose
High Pressure Hose, 21.75” x 1/2” ID with
1/2" Male NPT fittings
Qty 1
Valve to Cylinder Fitting
Short High
Pressure Hose
90° Elbow
Cylinder
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Assembly Instructions
Step 18 – High Pressure Hose Routing Cont’d
Tools Needed
 Remove plug from pump.
 Screw finger-tight (1) Hydraulic Pump Fitting into the pump
 Wrench-tighten the fitting to 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight position.
Consider final orientation position as to not exceed the recommended TPFT.
Properly assembled fittings total thread engagement should be 3.5-6 turns.
 CAUTION: Never back off an installed pipe fitting to achieve proper
alignment. Loosening installed pipe fittings will corrupt the seal and
contribute to leakage and failure.
 Route (1) Long High Pressure Hose from the Valve to Hydraulic Pump
Fitting on the control valve to the Hydraulic Pump Fitting
 Screw finger-tight Long High Pressure Hose to Valve to Hydraulic Pump
Fitting
 Wrench tighten 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight
 Screw finger-tight remaining end of Long High Pressure Hose to the
Hydraulic Pump Fitting
 Wrench tighten 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight
 1” Wrench
 7/8” Wrench
OR
 Crescent Wrench
(2 Needed)
Hose Needed:
Valve to Hydraulic Pump
High Pressure Hose, 56” x 1/2” ID with
1/2” Male NPT fittings
Qty 1
Remove
plug
Pump
Valve Fitting
Long High
Pressure Hose
Tow Bar
Hose Guide
Hydraulic Pump
Pump Fitting
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Pump Fitting
Assembly Instructions
Step 19 – Suction Hose Routing
 Screw finger-tight (1) Filter Fitting into the return line filter head
 Wrench-tighten the fitting to 1.5-3.0 Turns Past Finger Tight position.
Consider final orientation position as to not exceed the recommended
TPFT. Properly assembled fittings total thread engagement should be
3.5-6 turns.
 CAUTION: Never back off an installed pipe fitting to achieve proper
alignment. Loosening installed pipe fittings will corrupt the seal and
contribute to leakage and failure.
 Add hose clamp and connect one end of the suction hose to the Valve
to Hydraulic Tank Fitting. Torque to 77 in.-lb.
 Route hose as shown below
 Add hose clamp and connect remaining end of suction hose to Return
Line Filter Fitting. Torque to 77 in.-lb.
Tools Needed
 Flat Blade Screw
Driver
 Pipe Wrench
 Torque Wrench
Fittings Needed from Parts Bag:
Valve to Filter
Hose Clamp
Qty 2
1131 Only
Hose Clamp
Return line
Filter Head
Suction Hose
Filter Fitting
Tow Bar
Hose Guide
Hose Clamp
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Limited Warranty
Dear Valued Customer:
The NorthStar Product you just purchased is built with the finest material and craftsmanship. Use this product properly and enjoy the
benefits from its high performance. By purchasing a NorthStar product, you show a desire for quality and durability. Like all mechanical
equipment this unit requires a due amount of care. Treat this unit like the high quality piece of machinery it is. Neglect and improper
handling may impair its performance. Please thoroughly read the instructions and understand the operation before using your product.
Always contact NorthStar Product Support at 1-800-270-0810 prior to having any service or warranty work performed, as some services
performed by parties other than NorthStar approved service centers may void this warranty. This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty
expressed or implied and NorthStar assumes no other responsibility or liability outside that expressed within this warranty.
Limited Warranty
NorthStar shall warranty any piece of equipment manufactured, or parts of equipment manufactured, to be free from defects in material or
workmanship for a period of:
NorthStar Warranty
Item #
110800, 110900, 1131
Consumer Warranty Period
4 years from date of purchase by user
Commercial Warranty Period
1 year from date of purchase by user
Engine Warranty
Item #
110800, 110900, 1131
Consumer Warranty Period
3 years from date of purchase by user
Commercial Warranty Period
3 years from date of purchase by user
“Consumer use” means personal residential household use by a consumer. “Commercial use” means all other uses, including use for
commercial, income producing or rental purposes or when purchased by a business.
This warranty applies to the original purchaser of the equipment (verification of purchase, in the form of a receipt, is the responsibility of the
buyer), is non-transferable, and covers parts and labor. Parts will be replaced or repaired at no charge, except when the equipment has failed
due to lack of proper maintenance. If a part is no longer available, the part may be replaced with a similar part of equal function. Any
misuse, abuse, alteration or improper installation or operations will void warranty. Determining whether a part is to be replaced or repaired is
the sole decision of NorthStar. NorthStar will not provide for replacement of complete products due to defective parts. Any costs incurred
due to replacement or repair of items outside of a NorthStar approved facility is the responsibility of the buyer and not covered under
warranty. Transportation costs to and from service center is the responsibility of the customer.
In addition to the normal warranty, NorthStar shall warrant any normal wear item from defects in material or workmanship for a period of 90
days from the date of purchase by user. Normal wear items include, but are not limited to, tires and filter elements.
This warranty specifically excludes the following; failure of parts due to damage caused by accident, fire, flood, windstorm, acts of God,
applications not approved by NorthStar in writing, corrosion caused by chemicals, use of replacement parts which do not conform to
manufacturer’s specifications, damage related to rodent and/or insect infestation and damage caused by vandalism. Additional exclusions:
loss of running time, inconvenience, loss of income, or loss of use, including any implied warranty of merchantability of fitness for a specific
use. Also, Outdoor Power Equipment needs periodic parts and service to perform well, and this warranty does not cover instances when
normal use has exhausted the life of a component or the engine.
This warranty does not cover any personal injury or damage to surrounding property caused by failure of any part. Repair or replacement of
parts does not extend the warranty period.
The engine warranty is covered under the terms and conditions as outlined by the engine manufactures warranty contained herein and is the
sole responsibility of the engine manufacture. Normal engine maintenance such as spark plugs, air filters, adjustments, fuel system cleaning
and obstruction due to build up is not covered by this NorthStar warranty.
Please fill in the following information and have it on hand when you call in on a warranty claim.
Customer Number: ______________________________________________________________
Date of Purchase: _______________________________________________________________
NorthStar Serial Number: _________________________________________________________
Item Number: __________________________________________________________________
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