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Burning all the uglies and short pieces from cutting and splitting firewood.
Threw this evaporated together two seasons ago. Can do 150 gallons in a weekend if I start after work on Friday. Did about half that...
Anyone check out that craigslist add today?
Fisher Grandpa Insert
Huskee 35 ton splitter
Mostly oak and shaggy bark hickory with some black cherry limbs mixed in.
Got a load of logs delivered today. [IMG]
Anyone have a line on the delivery of log length wood in central CT. My usual supply is a little light this year and I'm looking to purchase a...
I welded a ring on the top around the existing hole to accept a standard 8" to 6" reducer.
Uglies get separated and end up in the suguring arch for maple syrup season.
I use the blue bags from Ikea. Holds more than you can carry and if you do rip it they cost 59 cents.
We use this. Very well made and has the nice option of changing how the door works. Nice for when the cat is still out and you want to go to bed....
Star magnolia. Unfortunately it took most of the damage from the one that fell.
I've got trees jumping into my woodpile.
I save all the shorts and oddball pieces to burn in the sugaring arch during maple sap season.
Thanks for the input coaly. I've decided to go ahead and put in a top to bottom liner. I was wrong about the size of the flu as it is actually...
What about installing something like this....
When I pull the insert for the preseason cleaning ill snap a few.
It is a fisher grandpa insert. The damper on the top had been removed. I welded a steel ring around the hole to accept an 8 inch piece of...
I wouldn't say way down. I would admit the connection between the stove collar and the pipe is not airtight by any stretch of the imagination.
The wood is pretty well seasoned. Most of it at least a year or more. We do use the stove to heat the house and there has been a fire going in it...
Not really, however suddenly the other night my Fisher insert stopped drawing and began burping smoke into the house. After work today I busted...
Any chance of getting some pics of the inside. I'm looking to retrofit my pre-epa insert with a baffle and would like to see how "they" did it.
I suppose I'd prefer the arched style similar to the picture on the left that Coaly posted in response to my original question. I have the Nickel...
I'm trying to locate a spark screen for my insert. Anyone have a line on one? Thanks.
Hello, new to the forum. Just purchased a Grandpa Insert today. Made my decision based on the information in this forum and couldn't be happier....