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  1. ltlhawk

    ltlhawk Member

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    I hope this is true. I just emailed them asking if they will deliver to my area...... (60 miles away)

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  2. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Let me know, thanks.
  3. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    That's the key right there. A lot of people don't like MWP, I do. The Cubex to me weren't any better and not worth the money.
  4. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Subsailer, 259 a ton to steep? Never bought before.
  5. Donn Fletcher

    Donn Fletcher New Member

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    Give them a phone call to get more info. its a family owned buisness. 2 locations. the one in Keene(thats the one i go to). 603-352-6506 and I guess there is one in Orange MA. Real nice people to deal with.
    They have a good choice of pellets to. Cubex, Barefoot, Okie's, New England , and a couple of others.
  6. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    For Cubex or MWP?
  7. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Cubex
  8. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    Most places sell Cubex for a lot more than that. If you can buy them for that price, most people will tell you to buy all that are available.
  9. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Thanks for the info Donn, Much appreciated. I'm going to check it out.
  10. ltlhawk

    ltlhawk Member

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    I will call them in the morning and post what I find out....
  11. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Thanks, By the way, have you put those Maximums through the paces yet? What's the word.
  12. PoolGuyinCT

    PoolGuyinCT Feeling the Heat

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    F cubex and my jammed auger

    Too bad I really like the heat and minimal ash...


    Got a fun night ahead of me
  13. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    Haven't had a chance. Next cold spell I plan on doing it. I just burned a half a ton of GT's so I need to reacqaint myself to normal ash levels first.
  14. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    I've heard the GT's have very low ash. Lowes wanted 270 a ton I opted for the GS @ 209, no complaints good heat ash isn't to bad.
  15. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    GT's are known as a pretty hot pellet with higher as levels.
  16. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Funny you say that, the people at Lowes were bragging about how low the ash levels were. Sales pitch I guess. Never trust a salesman.
  17. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    Put it this way, in Dec. 2011 the price of GT's was $209 at Lowes. Then they introduced the GT Platinum's and the price went up to $274. The only thing that changed was the bag. The pellets were the same. GT's, GT Platinum and Green Gold are all the same pellet. Some Lowe's in the CT-NY area still sell them for $209ish. Most are $260+. A lot of people on this forum are boycotting them. But they are high ash. I will say, the one's I just burned I bought in 2010. Some maybe they've gotten better?
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  18. Hdhogger

    Hdhogger Burning Hunk

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    Good to know. Thanks for the info. and don't forget to let me know how those MXMS do.
  19. subsailor

    subsailor Minister of Fire

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    I'll post it on here.
  20. earl764

    earl764 Member

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    I tried a couple bags last year from a friend. They were pretty good. I bought a ton this year to use for when it's super cold out.

    I had to increase the air flow on my insert slightly, otherwise I would have some ash build up around the burn pot. They've been burning pretty well.
  21. movemaine

    movemaine Feeling the Heat

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    Agreed. Lots of heavy ash & clinkers.
  22. movemaine

    movemaine Feeling the Heat

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    oh. And never listen to what the guys say at Lowe's or HD - the guy giving you pellet opinions is the same guy that works in Lawn & Garden, and Flooring, and checkout, and Electrical...
  23. PoolGuyinCT

    PoolGuyinCT Feeling the Heat

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    My apologies to cubex


    It's 2 am, I'm going to bed..



    This brush was woven arouder auger just above the drop, a nightmare.


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  24. RKS130

    RKS130 Minister of Fire

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    I have never tried Barefoots but I was completely disappointed with Cubex when I tried them last year. As it was my first year with pellets I tried just about every kind that I crossed paths with (still do, come to think of it). I know that folks here rave about Cubex but at $7 a bag from the local dealer I just did not think they were any better than the $4 a bag Green Supreme at HD. Maybe they burned a bit hotter if accurately measured, but I couldn't tell the difference on my 'back of the hand' meter.
  25. CT Pellet

    CT Pellet Minister of Fire

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    Cubex is not a bad pellet, but it is also not what it used to be. Cubex is owned by Lauzon Inc., out of Quebec. They are a hardwood floor manufacturer and years ago made pellets strictly out of their own flooring sawdust. As a result, they were great pellets and they charged a premium for them. Somewhere, several years ago, with the increase in demand for pellets, they started to buy outside sawdust and blend it in with their own in an effort to increase production. Still a good pellet, but not what it was, and they still charge a premium for it. Why not?....it has a great reputation from several years back.

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