• 3455/3465

20-22 Ton Rated
20-22 Ton Rated
2-Way Split
2-Way Split
Safe & Efficient Log Stop Design
Safe & Efficient Log Stop Design
Log Lifter Compatible
Log Lifter Compatible
9-11 Second Cycle Time
9-11 Second Cycle Time
Interchangeable 4-Way Wedge
Interchangeable 4-Way Wedge

Log Splitter 3455 / 3465

The Split-fire 3455/3465 gas powered log splitter is the perfect machine for medium farms and large estates. In certain cases, it is also used in equipment rental locations. The 20-22 tons of splitting force has plenty of power to split large 36”+ diameter rounds. Although similar in power and speed to the 3255/3265 log splitter, the 3455/3465 offers an interchangeable 2-way / 4-way knife. And no, it’s not just an added 2-way / 4-way knife. The frame is lengthened and reinforced, along with specific 4-way sliders, stops, and stub.

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  • Frame
    6" x 6" steel tube
  • Tonnage
    20 tons splitting force
  • Cycle Speed
    9 - 11 seconds
  • Power Source
    Honda GX 160 - 3455 | Honda GX 200 - 3465
  • Pump
    11 GPM low pressure | 2.7 GPM high pressure
  • Reservoir
    12.5 L
  • Stroke Length
    24"
  • Bed Width
    15"
  • Standard Hitch Size
    2" ball coupler
  • Overall Width
    40"
  • Overall Length
    86"
  • Overall Height
    34"
  • Weight
    500 lbs
  • Bed Height
    24"
  • Knife Height
    9” / 2-way | 9½” / 4-way
  • Cylinder Size
    3½” x 24"
  • Tire Size
    4.80" x 8"
1-8 of 48 reviews
  1. The pictures above are from a Split-Fire 255 that my neighbour owns in Canada. I have been splitting wood on this machine since he purchased it in 2002. In that time, it has split well over a thousand cords of wood. The wood was used to heat 3 homes for the last 21 years. In that time, I don’t think it has ever not started or needed repair.
    During covid my neighbour passed away he was ill and died while the border was closed. The machine sat for 2 years unused. When we were allowed back into the country, I borrowed it and it started on the very first pull. Last fall I split 5 or 6 cords on his machine with no issue pictures above. While at home in the states I was slitting wood for my home with my splitter (not a Split-Fire). I must say it was painfully slow at that time I decided sell my splitter and purchase one of my own Split-Fire machines which I am hoping to take possession of next week. I can’t tell you how happy I was with my neighbour’s machine; I look forward to working with my new machine.
    Thank You,
    Louren Reddick

    Image #1 from Louren Reddick
    Image #2 from Louren Reddick
    Image #3 from Louren Reddick
    Image #4 from Louren Reddick
  2. Finally got my kubota tractor in and unpackaged the splitter. It works great.

    Image #1 from Kevin Kangas
  3. David with his new 3265 attached to a Honda Foreman ES

    A few months ago I helped a friend cut and split some very large oak rounds. He rented a Split-Fire for the day. I was very impressed with this splitter, in particular its two-way splitting action and powerful log lifter which doubles as a great working table.

    I ended up doing some detailed research and a few weeks later bought my own 3265. It has operated flawlessly since I got it and I couldn’t be more pleased. It is far more efficient, faster, and safer than most other splitters on the market.

    It is also very quiet with the Honda engine, which is important to me since I do my splitting in a residential neighborhood and I want to be considerate of my neighbors. If you split between 10 to 50+ full cords a year, l highly recommend this splitter!

    Image #1 from David Lobley
  4. What a machine! It has made the job so much easier and is certainly “less tiring”. The quality is obvious with the Honda engine and splitting capability. This has been my 3rd. firewood season year using this splitter. It actually makes me look forward to getting out there and doing some splitting. 

    Image #1 from Terry Scheel - Pakenham ON
  5. I was talking to a gentleman in parts last week who very kindly sent me a replacement hydraulic cap for my Splitfire 255, unfortunately I have forgotten the name of said person. The cap arrived yesterday and as promised I have attached some photos of my splitter some of which I hope will be useful. From the date written on the serial number plate it seems I have owned it for at least 18 years. I acquired it as a gently used rental unit . In that time it has never let me down and has given perfect service with little maintenance other than periodic oil changes. It has only struggled once, and that was with a particularly miserable chunk of elm, but it prevailed! Maple, oak, beech or birch is a breeze!
    The only part I have had to replace is the hydraulic filler cap but that was my fault, I clipped it with the bucket of my tractor.
    All in all this is an amazing machine which has saved me an enormous amount of work and body pain! I have used one other make, an older model which we have at our camp, which only cuts one way. That really makes me appreciate the two way cut of the Splitfire with regard to both speed and convenience.

    Image #1 from Peter Bennett - Minden, Ontario
    Image #2 from Peter Bennett - Minden, Ontario
  6. My old Split-Fire has been a great machine!

    Image #1 from Doran Hubley - Haliburton, ON
  7. I’ve split hundreds of cords of wood with the machine over the last 15 years. Very reliable and excellent design. It’s a joy to use, one of the best equipment purchases I’ve ever made.

    Image #1 from Rob Ryan - Durham, ME
  8. This machine is awesome, I use it all the time and everyone who sees it wants to buy it, my answer is you can’t afford it. Keep up the good work!

    Image #1 from Don Metz - Kirkville, NY
    Image #2 from Don Metz - Kirkville, NY
  • Honda Engine Upgrade GX 200

  • 36″ Extended Stroke

  • Log Table

  • Hydraulic Log Lifter

  • Big Wheel Kit 12” Tire (Standard 24” Bed Height)

  • 4” Lift 12” Tire (28” Bed Height)

  • 8” Lift 13” Tire (32” Bed Height)

  • 4” Log Lifter Extension

  • 8” Log Lifter Extension

  • 24” Nose Extension

  • 4″ Drop Hitch

  • 8″ Drop Hitch

  • Swivel Jack

  • Fenders

  • Heavy Duty Rubber Ride Suspension

  • Current build time of 6-8 weeks.

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20-22 Ton Rated
20-22 Ton Rated
2-Way Split
2-Way Split
Safe & Efficient Log Stop Design
Safe & Efficient Log Stop Design
Log Lifter Compatible
Log Lifter Compatible
9-11 Second Cycle Time
9-11 Second Cycle Time
Interchangeable 4-Way Wedge
Interchangeable 4-Way Wedge