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I love fall for many reasons, fires in the stove and especially bow season! Anyone else share my passion?
Nice addition to the stacks!
Typically splits will be about 1/3 cord more than rounds. More air space in there than the rounds.
Plenty ready for this year, side porch has 3 cord of 2.5 year seasoned maple oak and some mixed slab wood. Got another 4 cord of seasoned maple,...
Had a busy day today. Spent the afternoon after church splitting the rest of the pine my neighbor dropped off. Then moved about a cord worth of...
I haven't noticed a hotter cleaner fire from shorter splits. If your using wood that is dry enough to properly burn you should still have just as...
the back burns slower because your air inlet is in the front of the stove. All stoves the I am aware of will do this, where the air comes in burns...
Wow freak accident, that is a nasty wound
My 97 F150 is the same way, very easy to pull the tailgate off
That T usually has a catch in the bottom side of and most of the creosote and buildup ends up in there. I usually run a shop vac in the opening to...
Wow that's crazy, not easy to deal with that. Is a cute or treatment available
They were average splits for what I burn. Mostly 4" I'll find a pic when I get back, I'm down in KY for the weekend
O ya I got ya, rules are rules and that's a big one here
Figured you say that
I'll see if I can dig them up
I think I'm a strong runner in that contest if last year counts. Got 76 splits from a 44" pin oak round
Noodle them things, even a wedge to split em should work. This thing grew in the woods so the trunk should be easy to split.
the only thing I don't like on mine is the small gas tank
Chain stays tight when set, my muffler mod was simply opening up the holes in the muffler and running it a little richer on the carb.
I have a 290 and really like it, cut a lot of firewood with it. I did a muffler mod and run the yellow chain on it. It does a good job, still...
My little ones like to help, honestly it's more work for me with them helping but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Wife comes out an helps...
Here's a good one from today.
Scotty there was two different measurements posted above. One was about a cord the other was 4
Face cords are a way many people use to sell wood for less money to someone that doesn't know any better
I can't tell you why but can tell you from trying pieces the last few years that haven't had that drying time vs ones that had the drying time...
Making a little more progress, got all the plaster off, and ordered the stone.[ATTACH]
I played around with a few different versions of this. Used a pallet and built a small rack over it because it looked better then three pallets....
Seem to have a good plan! Keep up the hard work and soon you will have a good stack of great BTUs
Will soon be seen on craigslist listed for $1,000 for premium seasoned firewood unless OP has some swing