i'll take it if you dont want it will he deliver in PA
your suppose to wait 2 yrs for oak
got an old MM im working on, Went to mobil oil web site and they recommend 20-50 racing oil.
the biggest problem with the stove is the wood!! MY mother has the same trouble until i give her wood. that make s the heat roll out. If you dont...
The TruckChick's Titan consistently gets 16 MPG.
84,000 . . .
10)If you have not already changed the battery, do so today! The OEM batteries...
I have the '04' 4 door loaded, Had a new ford at the same time, still got the Titan! I get about 18 mpg, Yes you guys can come read the screen it...
+1 When you get tired is when things go wrong!!!
I have never seen a keg made of anything but stainless!
If I pay 5 grand for anything it better have a place for my butt :coolsmile:
I can see no reason for 12 o/c in your area. There must be something in that spot try a few feet in either direction..
The type of wood will change the way the stove runs. On my 1900 I have to start to shut down at 400 °F maple and cherry, if I am burning oak I have...
I'll take 1 off of page 8 ;-) ( the small model is my style.)
I HEAR YOUR BOSS A CALLING!!!
not a thing.. when those tires lite they will burn off the moisture in no time.
Snake Tanks?? I'd keep the wood on the lids. Ewwww![/quote]
Have some new red oak splits on them that will hold them another 3 years :)[/quote]...
You can path the hole with Rutland pipe insulating cement, costs $7 abag at hardware store. I used it to fix the baffles on my stove.
At least its not the other way around :bug:
the rhino liner is a very heavy liner compared to most, look at the thickness on the floor. If you got dents or peeling it was installed wrong!
Tractors cost alot to run just to split wood, plus it sucks when the hydraulics on the trac kick out. Spend more time walking around tire than...
I bet that 12-gauge would about take the mesh off though... and the cap too depending on how high/far away it is eh?[/quote]
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