Doesn't seem like we're able to get that saw in Canada.
Here's this year's lineup:...
Here are a few pictures of the green ash that I picked up for free yesterday. There's about 5 times as much left (don't worry,...
Yes, I'm the one. My friend came over yesterday to cut the green ash that Hydro Qc didn't pick up on a CN lot.
My 170 had a brand new...
Some of you here recommended a Stihl Picco Duro for my Stihl 170.
One of my friend has a Poulon Pro saw. Would a Picco Duro fit for his...
I'm going to pick it up!
You know what, it could be two different trees. Here's the story...
The lot where the logs are belongs to CN railways. Tree (trees?) were cut this...
Here's another pic
No, same tree.
Here's a tree I'd like to cut and split but don't know what it is and if it's worth the effort or not.
It's in Quebec city, Canada, if it...
The damper was about 60% open.
What does that mean, a fast flame?
As you could see from my other posts, I'm a rookie and I have many questions about properly burning wood.
Please see the attached video. The...
Excellent, that's what I needed to know. I was guessing that the ashes could help insulate the firebox but now that you agreed on this, I'm going to...
Everytime I light up a fire, I ask myself whether or not it's a good thing to have ashes in your stove.
Maybe the wood burns better with a lot of...
Then why does the thermometer has the normal range between 400 and 900F? Under 400 it says too cold and above 900 too hot.
I'm really confused...
Let's go back to the beginning of this thread. :ZZZ
In fact my thermometer is exactly that: a probe that goes through the double insulated flue, 18...
I'd like to know how high you run your wood stove ? The guy who installed it said that we could go to 1100F when we start a fire and that...
No, I used it dry and without ashes but I'll try that. Thanks
Our CS1200 is now installed and so far we like it very much. It looks good indeed and is big enough so I like it better than the Osburn we have at...
Just had my new Alterra CS 1200 installed 2 weeks ago at my house. They put a thermometer on the pipe. At my cabin, I have a Osburn wood stove...
I posted a thread last week about the problems I had with my chainsaw:
Problems with my chainsaw
This weekend I checked if the chain was...
Fresh water (St-Lawrence river). Of course, some of the wood could come from where the water is salty but that’s 3 hours away from where I gather it.
It doesn't seem like it's available here in Canada. Look what is offered on the picture attached ===>
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Go to kijiji.ca
select province of Quebec
do a search with the following french keywords : « stihl scie a chaine » (you will come up with a lot more...
And by the way, I can't buy something too heavy, I'm a 45 y.o. lady with small muscles.
Could be heavier than the 170, however.
Here what is available locally:
(year is stated when known)
MS 250 (350$)
MS 260 (260$)
MS 270 (350$, 2008)
MS 270/280 (250$, 2006)
MS 361 ( 475$,...
Thanks for the link, I'll look at it.
Interesting. Why is it so?
But it IS new (or almost, about 2 hours old)
Well...yes? (I guess)
I'll double check this weekend.
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