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Well, it may be like priming a pump? :)
I can't seem to get away from the guide either.
Also, I swear they make these chains more blurry than they used to be.
Any before pictures of the monsters?
I have the same 20 Ton unit in Badfish's pictures. I replaced the tired 5HP B&S last year with a Honda GX160. Had to trim the end of the shaft and...
+1 on Joe S's routine. Usually have enough coals after getting home from work around 6 to get it going again fairly easily.
I have the same stove with cracks at the bend towards the back of the manifold. What kind of furnace cement is best for this application?
I have a 2005 S/C- 55,000 mi- I've heard the stories but I'm happy with it, only problem was rodent damage to a wiring harness.
We use the term often at work to refer to the time of year when there is not much cooling or heating load.
I like Lukem's definition.
My Lopi Freedom blowers also went after 10 years. No one has them in stock (around $300). I see how the manufacturer cleverly painted over the...
+1 on the Loveless.
Usually Steel, sometimes still.
Of course I call a creek a crick, water is wooder, caramel is carmel, etc.
"A bargain is only a deal, when it's...
I got ~3 seasons out of the first one. Around 5 on my second.
That reminds me, I need to replace it this year.
I had the same setup. Cut it back in 2000 and haven't looked back. It's nice running the brush down and cleaning the whole pipe.
Around 9:20 am.
My Freedom insert is 10 years old.
It has served us well.
As mentioned, the secondary air-tube pins have a way of...
I'd burn it!
(After the appropriate amount of seasoning, of course)
Dropped my truck off from state inspection and they called me to let me know there was a nest in the engine bay, and whatever made it chewed...
Before I built my shed, my stacks looked a lot like those, three rows on long poles. Only difference is I laid down a second course of 5 footers...
I'm getting ready to renovate the Master Bath. Currently, there is a one-piece fiberglass insert for the shower.
I'll be building a half wall and...
As someone once said, "Reality TV has nothing to do with reality".
I remember my cousin having one of the threaded-cone type of splitters you bolted onto a drive-wheel of a vehicle. The thing was downright scary...
I find it much more productive (in a per person amount) with two while splitting.
Since Oct., about a cord of Poplar (used until it got fairly cold), and half of Hickory with some Cherry.
Why I always carry a second saw. :red:
Paid $489 for my 361 w/20" bar. It was demo unit, looked like it made about 3 cuts before going to the store.
Agreed, if it's not yours, don't take it without permission.
I work with a guy that thought any wood laying near the road was up for grabs.
+1 on the wedges and sledge to quarter them.
Isn't that why it's in its own dedicated building?
We are expert woodsmen, we NEVER "pinch". :)