Endless cords will end :(

WellSeasoned Posted By WellSeasoned, Dec 28, 2012 at 5:36 PM

  1. mywaynow

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    Your good for another 8-10 years, then those cords will start to follow you around for days after you have finished them.<>
     
  2. WellSeasoned

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    So what your saying is that I need to get 8 to 10 years ahead;)
     
  3. mywaynow

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    exactamundo! That's the spirit!
     
  4. Backwoods Savage

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    You certainly did something wrong. You should never get sore splitting the way I do.
     
  5. WellSeasoned

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    That was last night Dennis. I'm right as rain today:D Just got done some shoveling, and making snow angels!
     
  6. rdust

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    I have to ask, 4 full cords cut and split in one day? I see pick up trucks with no trailer that would be about 12 truck loads give or take depending on how you loaded. That's an awful lot of work!
     
  7. WellSeasoned

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    6 truckloads over filled is roughly 4 cords. 10 minute drive away from my friend's house. We started 9 am worked straight through until almost 5. Made 3 trips back and forth. My wife brought lunch to us. Before we left to bring wood to friend's, loaded the saws in the cab, and chained the splitter to a electric pole. We were back within a half hour. Tough day no doubt.
     
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    Here is 1 truck .88 cords
     

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  9. rdust

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    I didn't realize they were 8' beds, it looked like standard beds in the pictures. I've found with loose tossed loads you need about 180-190 ft3 worth of wood to equal a stacked cord.
     
  10. WellSeasoned

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    I forgot to subtract the wheel wells.... ;)
     

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