I burn white pine all the time and just laid up 4 cord for the next couple of years. I also cut down standing dead pine. Most of the trees are dry...
That would be 100 amps "DC" if the alternator has not been modified.:confused:
My grapple loads come from Billerica...next door to Lexington....Bummer.
I have the 27 ton Troybuilt with the Honda GCV motor for three years now and have been very happy with it. Starts first pull eveytime.
Did you happen to find any fine brown powder near that butt? When I moved my ash stacks last week, I found alot of this fine brown powder....
Are you going to heat that with wood :)
Yep, and I have a few trees to buck still that I will use next year. I will take ash all day long when I can get my hands on it.
The new WP series is coming out with a rocking cradle to lock your chain saw in. Do a search and you can see it in action. I'm thinking...
This is what I have been doing Savage. Mixing in the soft maples with the hemlock right now and using the soft maple for the overnights. When it...
They start around $10K. Still need to think about payback time vs. price.
With the Wallenstein I will not need a loader. I buy my wood by the grapple load. Not to many reviews on it out there. They only started making it...
I think the newer series comes with a rocking cradle to lock the chain saw in so you don't have to free hand it.
Nice Score. I buy my logs by the grapple load (6-8 cord). It takes me about 3 months to process, somewhere around 150 man hours at a slow and...
I have seen this one in action in person. Runs around $10K. And of course you cannot find one used.
What do you think Jags? Build one like...
I like to lean the ends in a little as I build it up. I think it adds a tad more stability. Keep practicing, it will click :)
Nice rack Pen!
Yea, that's a nice piece of equipment, but out of my price range for sure :)
Welcome to the forum Uncle Joe. Nice shed :)
Does any one use wood processors here? I am thinking too much again. Just wondering if there is some entry level or home owner versions of the big...
That would be a black cherry! I increased the line pressure to get some extra lift on the loader.
Yours are bigger than mine :(
But it gets the job done:)
Are you cutting this for use this year?
Think it is dry yet? Gonna be a year in a couple of weeks. :)
Welcome to the forum Sully! It looks like ash to me. If the yellow leaves on the ground are from that tree, then it is ash. BTW, why are you...
I never burned locust. My guess is it stinks?
I would have tried for 10 bucks at least:eek:!!!
Looking good Dave :) Put a draft meter on one end of that sucker and see how much CFM you are drawing. Might be ready next year with a good draft!
I am finding there is a real place for pine. The house gets to hot when I burn hard maples and oaks etc. this time of year. I have been mixing it...
I have never had red pine. Is it also called pitch pine?
How about a ladder lift. I rented one to move roofing shingles when I did my roof over. Everyone thought it was a lifesaver. It's nothing more...
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