First I've heard all my life you can't burn pine. Now this site has convinced me that it is ok as long as its dry.
Then I've been told NEVER...
I've burned a good bit of it. won't turn it down when its free, but it is very difficult to split sometimes.
your right, but thats what I meant. The politicians make up the government.
it's the Ethanol they put in the gas now that is causing the caps to swell.
It's also wrecking havoc on the fuel lines, and diaphrams in the...
you guys were right, I was just checking the moisture content on the outside of the splits and getting 10-12%.
now that I re-split a few it went up...
It was not dead standing wood, but was very much alive.
I would say average size splits.
will split another one and recheck it.
Hi, new burner, just starting my wood pile collection, so I'm as green and the wood I'm collecting.
I've been cutting and splitting for a about 6...
Come on guys, no takers on this.
I though all you people were so proud of your englanders you just had to talk about them.
If I can't get any help...
Can someone with an Englander NC-30 give me all the dimensions of the stove
web site says 23 1/4"w x 29 3/4" h x 31" d
would you verify this...
as stated above by firestarter
Firebox is 2.4 CF and firebox dimensions per Buck rep are 18 3/4â€ deep, 19 1/2â€ wide, 11 1/2â€ high...
excellent answers to my questions.
anything new, keep em coming.
I would like to add some questions here about the Buck 74.
In the pictures on their web site I was looking at what I call an ash/coal lip. (The tray...
thanks for the reply.
can you tell me what the differance is between the model 81 and the model 74 ?
Anyone out there with a Buck Stove model 81, 85 or possibly even the 74.
I'm interested to know if you can do north south loading with these stoves...
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