Years back there was somebody was going to do a kit, like you might have used for Hot Water tanks back in the day. Seemed a good idea.
6 " Rock Wool...
Using a 7 panel system I calculate that in the middle of summer it would displace the equivalent of 1/2 a cord a month, I located my boiler building...
I use 3/8th, 16" and 20" bar.
I cut soft wood.
List is $400
HD sells them.
Over the hill where they record it 391" - 10m.
I will have to find my moisture meter, where I am now is the opposite extreme to where I have lived most my life. High altitude arid plenty of sun,...
I looked into this some years back.
The local High School went Biomass with Gas back up. I forget the name, Swedish design US manufactured.
Just over $500. Could not see the CS 590 which was my first thought.
Shipping, VAT and import duty, can not see it adding up.
DR have a nice one.
I chopped the phone last year, now use VOIP (Ooma) can not see how the TelCo's will survive charging their outlandish prices.
From an Insurance perspective I think you have it back to front.
The local camp is mainly for teenagers, so plenty of labour, axes are fine.
I have a couple of pair of Nitrile, got fed up going through leather.
The only issue I have had is when I have used them to lad the stove and...
I keep my wood trash in paper bags, put one in, light the paper and done.
I usually have more cardboard than I know what to do with so cut it into...
I was looking to met his specification rather than price.
I did wonder why they did it that way, to keep the wood to hand for re splitting? Easier...
If you want speed then you need to go kinetic.
I have the DR and have split maybe 40 cords.
Due to altitude I am down about 40% on power compared to sea level. I do need to re jet it for high...
You can get synthetic chain oil if that helps.
I use my waste oil for greasing my splitter
I noticed that the vertical type is very common in the UK. Seems to be the norm. This one works out at $4,000.
It did occur to me that if...
I was not going to feed them, there are a couple just wandering around eating grass on the land to the east of me, so I thought I could just borrow...
510 is $400 new in Blue, I bought one.
I would suggest a 20" to save your...
Bar nose kickback is one of the more common causes of serious chain saw injury accidents. The Technical Services Department of OREGON®, Blount...
That was my first thought, if female a certainty.
Just had a Baileys flyer come through, chaps will be on my buy list, I have a while before I will...
I use full chisel and have never had a noticeable kickback, certainly nothing like that, now my main saw is 50cc Makita and probably 30% down on sea...
I see you have an X27, so do I.
However in terms of risk I would put that highest, followed by the splitter and then the chainsaw. Now I do not...
Sounds like a result!
Something like this with off road wheels?
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