I love the 357xp...it's my go to saw (16"bar),unless I find myself in some really big stuff.The 357 is a high revver...great for limbing,but richen...
Looks like a lot of hard work...the end result looks great;love that stove.Congrats.
Sorry dude...didn't see it.Maybe Pook is pulling them from the space-time continuom and lining his nest with'em? :)
Just on that load-bearing wall that runs the length of the house.
Still better than washing dishes in the car.
Nope...car-parts have to go in the dishwasher. :coolsmirk:
Found it....time to dismantle the time travel machine now.
Seems I can't post anything....or can I?Muahahahahahaha.....
Enjoy that stove...my old F2400 put out some serious heat....yer gonna be toasty.
Sounds like a good spot for a rear-venting Woodstock.
Check the seal betwee the storm collar and chimney
oof flange.....may need to be re-siliconed.
Sorry to hear that,my friend.....there's been so much of it around during construction that I've just been pi$$ing it away! :lol:
Have you tried the...
I've seen'em....they appear to be a price-point stove from Napoleon.Not that there's anything wrong with that..... :smirk:
Just set up the new stove to provide some heat while crackfilling.Hearthpad to follow soon.I'll post some burn pictures shortly.
Hey BB,.....I did...
Mark...thank you for the review and those pics...looks great.You have just helped me in my decision between a stainless Fusion and a B.K....
buy it ,you won't regret it....that's a serious yet easy to use heater.
Nice articulation...I wonder if that could be done with my E350 work van?
We call him "Bernie". :lol:
Now that looks cozy!Enjoy your new stove.
Valhalla,you and the bil are lucky men....I'm ecstatic if the princess moves a split from the wood hoop to the stove.Enjoy!
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