OP - do you mean "stump" as in "still attached to the roots"? Or "very difficult to split round of wood"?
1) Wood is cut to 16" and split and delivered for free. I've never actually found this kind of wood but I'm pretty sure it's my favorite.
I've never used a brushhook of any variety, but I've always wanted one.
I'd do it. Canada is a big place. I doubt the revenuers will even find out about it.
My experience has not born this out. Skip tooth vs full comp on my 290 = no noticeable difference in cutting speed.
I'm guessing the real fun would start on the return trip down hill. . .
I am glad to help. Seems to me there's no downside whatsoever to skip tooth. I think more people would hand file and hand file more better if they...
So if the area you intend to heat is 900ish sq ft and insulated with R19 then nearly any stove will produce sufficient heat in a timely manner.
Are these numbers for the shop or the pole building?
Your shop is just over 900 Sq Ft and is well insulated. . . I'd say the very worst stove would heat it just fine.
Did you bring it into your shop to buck it?
Those things are garbage
I drive around without a seat belt. Often. And I'm still not dead. But after 20+ years I still do not recommend it to anyone.
The "claim" is...
Are some or most of you splitting on the ground? And if so, why?
Splitting wedges mushroom with routine use. It's by design. Sledges are not designed to mushroom. At all.
The steal in a maul is much harder...
That BK will heat the house no better than the PE. Feed less often? Sure. More heat in the upper floor? I doubt it.
Yes. It's fairly common.
Nice saw. I almost bought a 460 back in 2011, but I went with the legendary MS440 Magnum. Welcome to the elite no-compromise club.
As long as the portion that goes through the roof and to the cap is insulated double wall you're fine.
1) It has to be shaped in one shape or another and to achieve the proper balance I'm guessing that shape is the least cumbersome
I don't think you'd have a problem, per se, it's just not that easy to half step a stove.
It's a lonely club
No it doesn't. If this were true why are there no 40" handles? Or 42"?
I think I'm the only member on this board who prefers the x25 to the x27. I find it's much easier to be accurate with the shorter handle - more...
You're saying it's one or the other? Rilly?
This means your wood is green, and if you're lucky will be OK by next year.
If I were a betting man I'd bet your chimney isn't tall enough. Or, if it is tall enough there's something blocking it.
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