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Thanks - my own research seemed to indicate that were all very comparable. I just wanted to avoid the real turds.
Looking for an electric splitter for my dad - it'll be used exclusively to re-split pieces he deems to be too big. He likes to make match sticks....
Then how come everything is cupcakes and rainbows for you?
I'd rather pay for friends than pay for wood
This weekend I dropped off just under a cord of ready-to-burn Douglas Fir at my best friends house.
A lot of you on this board ask questions...
This is the same answer I'd give for all any score for any species: Yes, depending on how far away it was and how close I could get my truck to it.
Echo made the saw and if they say you can run a 27" bar then that's that on that.
Most of my woodcutting has been done with a 20" bar. For the...
I have a strict policy of burning the wood I have, ready or not. So far, so good.
One of the main features of this board is a persistent, low grade sense of self righteous indignation.
I make every effort to have suitably dry wood every year. Some years I do better than others, but every year I burn the wood I have regardless of...
Most of us don't use a moisture meter.
There's no need to. Assuming you know what you're doing visavis firewood processing and storage they should only confirm what you already know.
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1) You will never buy ready-to-burn wood. It is unrealistic to expect a firewood guy to bank up dozens of cords of wood...
Yes, whithout hesitation, however, be advised that as small as it is it will have no trouble turning a 550sq ft cabin into an inferno.
Sounds to me like you got as square a deal as you could hope for. As much as some of the chuckleheads here insist otherwise, measuring cords...
I'm no botanist but 45% seems high for fresh/green wood much less wood that's been split and stacked all summer. Also, put your moisture meter in...
Regarding blowers - I wouldn't bother with a blower. You very likely won't need one, and if it turns out you do you can always add one.
It might have worked, sortov, but clearly it didn't work well enough to not be ditched at the first opportunity.
Hope this helps
I'd go with that
Buy or do not buy: You have my full support either way
I take it you don't own one and have very likely never tried one. . .
So you're saying that because you can't replace a virtually unbreakable...
I have never not re-burned the soot/creosote from my chimney
If you found one for $290 you found a bargain. Their website lists the splitting ax for $490.
Why not? It's not like one way will cause spontaneous world peace and the other an irreparable tear in the time/space continuum. Very likely one...
I've never heard that cat stoves need bigger or smaller splits. Do both and report back to us.
I feel like it's awesome and the haters can eat a large bag of hobo genitalia
Outstanding. Cut/split at your leisure