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IMO as long as its not smoking, the 700 should be fine. If this is your first older JD, congratulations. I've owned the 1980's JD models for many...
May have meant he doesn't process it because its too fibrous, therefore doesn't burn it.
Sounds interesting, guess this is his perception? Presume there isn't an actual monitoring device such as a moisture meter?
Stringy stuff looks like elm. Bark doesn't. Possible you have rounds from multiple types of trees?
Looks like white birch. Rots quickly. Get it split asap.
I too would cut the bottom first. (I'm not a professional).
I possibly see a sasquatch hiding behind an elm tree?
Wow, talk about dropping names! That's impressive.
This tree is in the next town east of me. Unfortunately most couldn't tell you when or who fought in the american revolution. Its a great tree...
Sometimes you have to break some eggs to make an omelette. Start bashing it on the side. You'll eventually see the attachment locations. Don't...
He's probably doing this improvement to sell the house. It will be the next suckers problem.
One on left is a Buck stove. In working condition they fetch a few hundred in the northeast.
looks like elm leaves and a white oak bark.
Sure you can, if your existing slab is smaller than the new design you will have settling issues. If its the same size it will work nicely
Its settled now. Just need to decide wet or dry new cement on top.
Could you pour a new slab 4" directly on top? Do the elevations work?
Can you lay on top of the old concrete? If it is graded ok you can add paver base to it and lay the new stuff directly over it. I also vote for...
Don't think so. Its along a divided highway.
For a sidewalk don't waste your time with wire or steel. Not necessary..
How thick will your pour be?
I am amazed how many people I see on TV using a chainsaw with out glasses on.
Everyone is too obsessed with the expensive wood porn.
This grass popped up in a rocky drain area of my yard. I'll replant it if anyone knows what it is.
I'm in north central NJ. It has rained here for...
Elm maybe mulberry on left.
I put in 75% pressure than put it back on the tractor. Rolled around a little and hit it the tread with a mini sledge hammer in areas where it...
The island is always short on items. Look at the black flatbed in huntington on CL for 750?. Could add fenders, fix it up some. offer 600! Has a...
After further research it must be hickory. Thanks for the suggestions.
Looks like curly beech. Be sure to show us a sample of it planed and finished.
What does the palm of your hand read? Should be around 33%. Dimensional lumber in your house used for framing should be less than 10.