Same here Jags. I have some cool old equipment, but it's mostly just practical stuff that meets my needs. What others may consider rusted...
Well thanks to all for responding, there is certainly a diversity of burdened beasts and hauling methods represented here. I ended up getting this...
I really like that Camo scheme and would love more details. Did you make stencils and just spray it out? Is it holding up well?
Southbound, that is a great looking machine.
I'm with you on the simplicity of the older trucks. For what I need this for, simple is good. I'm a DIY'er myself, especially with autos.
I never thought about the benefit of extra weight/power to pull the tree to you. +1 for the full-size.
I'm with you on the Tacoma. My field truck...
This is definitely not what you are looking for, but the above video shows (briefly) a safer way to split kindling.
OK, I've been hauling wood in trailers, company trucks, and borrowed equipment long enough. The time has come for me to get a pickup. I mainly...
I resist change.
A stamped steel door just seems like it may succumb under the stresses of the HEAT.
I'll say that the manufacturer has been around...
I bought one of these last year and wanted to give a review of this low budget stove.
JoeCool85 gave a pretty good overview of the...
I ran across this while shopping for a mega maul at Bailey's online.
Pretty good stuff.
Thanks again for all the help.
The 1.25 R-value I dug up somewhere as a "standard" for hearth construction.
I just returned from Lowe's with the...
I started another thread at: http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/58616/#666674
According to my manual, it looks...
Whew, well that makes things a lot easier.
Thank you all.
Thanks already for all the help, I'm really trying to make sure I'm installing my stove safely.
I'm installing a Napoleon EPA 1100. I'd like to...
Does the Durock next generation does not have the same R value/heat transfer as original Durock?
I'm near Cookville, TN, about 2 hours from any urban area.
Bowling Green actually isn't too far, just over an hour I'd guess.
Many Thanks, it looks like I'll be waiting to order the 4x8 Durock.
I'm having no luck finding Micore locally.
I decided to just stack up Durock to attain a proper R-value, but upon arriving at Lowe's I...
I'm getting ready to make my own stone hearth pad.
I currently have no books or experience, but I do have a bunch of nice rocks I've...
Very clean install.
I like it.
I hadn't even thought of that!
Thanks so much, I think I'm going to go for it.
I'm certain I'll be back with more questions and can't tell you all...
I'm getting ready to install my new (to me) wood stove. I'll be gathering materials soon and could use a little help choosing the...
I'm still undecided on a wood stove, and am looking at some used ones as most of the nicer stoves are out of my price range.
I saw a...
That's exactly what I had in mind, sheet metal and All.
I'd love to hear some more opinions.
Wow, that Hearthstone is a very nice looking stove. I'm assuming that it's out of my budget. I'm really not looking to spend more than $1500 on a...
Well Poo, I guess I'll be finding somewhere elso to put it.
I have a healthy fear of house fires and am not looking to take any shortcuts when it...
I can't really get any more space unless I put it elsewhere in the house, which I may have to do.
Although it will be in a less desireable location....
I'm really leaning toward the Napoleon Independence 1450.
It has a 2.25 cu. ft. firebox and is square: 18x18". I like the idea of being able to...
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