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How many pounds of meat do you actually get from an animal like that ?
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Both are great stoves.
Curious how does this help ?
The only thing that kept me from not doing the floor is the 2000 tapcons ( + broken drill bits ) :) I would have needed to secure the foam +...
I did the same as semipro, worked great. Total R value or R24 in basement, R10 ( 2" XPS ) and R14 ( Roxul ). No VB needed over the 2 inch foam. I...
Wow.....that is my kind of playground.
When I installed the HT ( approx 500 lbs )I kept it in the crate, 40' slide on 2x4 up to the house from drive way. Once in the house I had an old...
HT2000 heats the main floor and the Heritage heats basement ( side split ). Heritage gets fired up on weekends and when kids are playing in...
I got a feeling you don't like stacking . Using the elevator must make short work of loading the crib.
Wahoowad, those are some seriously big rats.........how did you kill them ?
My sump exits house ( above ground approx 25' pvc ) and has a minimal slope. Never had issues with freezing.
I agree with Bret about burying the...
:) Love it, I hit 750-800 on full load. Nooooo buildup in your chimney at those temperatures.
Nice to see that he is contributing, not just sleeping on the couch like my 2 labs.
Nice to see another Happy Drolet Customer....
What BeGreen said. Stove wont have a problem heating 2400 sqf. Long burn times will depend on your fuel.
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Does not do very much. I use it more for a visual indicator on when I need to reload and when stove is running hot.
I purchased one of these a...
We installed a saniflo solution in our basement ( sink, toilet - rear discharge, shower ). Had it for approx 5 years and absolutely no issues.
:) I burnt a piece of "pulled pork elm" a few weeks ago myself.
I use a small portable heater I stick on the ash lip of the stove and run the heater for a while before I light the stove in the basement.
I did not have to haul the HT2000 into the basement but I did have to haul it 50' from back of my trailer in driveway then upto the house. I...
Ran across this today. This has to the cake for the craziest stove.
I dont have a BK but that stove looks like it has never been used. A little surface rust and missing handles on the door is the only thing I see...
Corey, check the blog in my signature. A few pics and vids of the stove performing.
Furnace croacked last year and it was our primary heat...
Mix it up, I use 5-8" for regular loads and a 8+ for overnighters. They take longer to season but I think its well worth the wait :)
1. I think this is silver maple. Softwood but still good.
2. 1 year min
3. Thats a good score for $20.
4. What chvymn99 said : )
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Both are very good stoves.
That is an awesome score. I would not even split them, just cut them to size/season.
I had about 2 face cord of maple rounds ranging from 6-10"...
Good job so far. I also used the rubber undercoating on the bottom of my trailer frame. Holds up great over winter and stone chips.
Pics of the steps ?