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  1. Dinger

    Dinger Member

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    http://www.arborpellet.com/

    I saw these at the nursery today through the fence (they were closed or I'd have some in the stash).

    Any users? I had some hardwoods from Utah last winter called White Flames that worked well for me, but haven't heard of these yet.

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  2. Dinger

    Dinger Member

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    Happy to be the first then...

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  3. Dinger

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    I'm through two bags. I don't think I'll buy anymore, at $5/bag. Very little ash, heat was okay I guess, but I dealt with my first one of these this winter. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1357336818.765563.jpg
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  4. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Stove cakes, Yummy! :p
  5. PoolGuyinCT

    PoolGuyinCT Feeling the Heat

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    My quad castile hasn't given me a clinker yet, and I've burned some sacked garbage in the old days
  6. Dinger

    Dinger Member

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    That's my first chunk in about 4.5tons.
    I've had some ugly junk in the bottom of the pot after a couple days, but nothing that wouldn't bust down to ash. That thing was solid.

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