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Log splitter rental?

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Anyone know where I could rent a log splitter in Alexandria? Thanks in advance

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I know Alex Power Equip. rents some things, not 100% sure on a log splitter though. They do sell them, so that might be a good place to call for a rental inquiry.

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can also check with Cowing Robards rentals on north nokomis, or Geyer out on hwy 27E.

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I'm pretty sure Geyer has them.

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maybe also look at Pauls Small Engine they might have something too.

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