Well, it may be like priming a pump? :)
I can't seem to get away from the guide either.
Also, I swear they make these chains more blurry than they used to be.
Any before pictures of the monsters?
I have the same 20 Ton unit in Badfish's pictures. I replaced the tired 5HP B&S last year with a Honda GX160. Had to trim the end of the shaft and a...
+1 on Joe S's routine. Usually have enough coals after getting home from work around 6 to get it going again fairly easily.
I have the same stove with cracks at the bend towards the back of the manifold. What kind of furnace cement is best for this application?
I have a 2005 S/C- 55,000 mi- I've heard the stories but I'm happy with it, only problem was rodent damage to a wiring harness.
We use the term often at work to refer to the time of year when there is not much cooling or heating load.
I like Lukem's definition.
My Lopi Freedom blowers also went after 10 years. No one has them in stock (around $300). I see how the manufacturer cleverly painted over the Fasco...
+1 on the Loveless.
Usually Steel, sometimes still.
Of course I call a creek a crick, water is wooder, caramel is carmel, etc.
"A bargain is only a deal, when it's a...
I got ~3 seasons out of the first one. Around 5 on my second.
That reminds me, I need to replace it this year.
I had the same setup. Cut it back in 2000 and haven't looked back. It's nice running the brush down and cleaning the whole pipe.
Around 9:20 am.
My Freedom insert is 10 years old.
It has served us well.
As mentioned, the secondary air-tube pins have a way of evaporating....
I'd burn it!
(After the appropriate amount of seasoning, of course)
Dropped my truck off from state inspection and they called me to let me know there was a nest in the engine bay, and whatever made it chewed several...
Before I built my shed, my stacks looked a lot like those, three rows on long poles. Only difference is I laid down a second course of 5 footers...
I'm getting ready to renovate the Master Bath. Currently, there is a one-piece fiberglass insert for the shower.
I'll be building a half wall and...
As someone once said, "Reality TV has nothing to do with reality".
I remember my cousin having one of the threaded-cone type of splitters you bolted onto a drive-wheel of a vehicle. The thing was downright scary and...
I find it much more productive (in a per person amount) with two while splitting.
Since Oct., about a cord of Poplar (used until it got fairly cold), and half of Hickory with some Cherry.
Why I always carry a second saw. :red:
Paid $489 for my 361 w/20" bar. It was demo unit, looked like it made about 3 cuts before going to the store.
Agreed, if it's not yours, don't take it without permission.
I work with a guy that thought any wood laying near the road was up for grabs.
+1 on the wedges and sledge to quarter them.
Isn't that why it's in its own dedicated building?
We are expert woodsmen, we NEVER "pinch". :)
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