Firewood Stacking

Oldhippie Posted By Oldhippie, Jan 31, 2012 at 2:45 AM

  1. Oldhippie

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  2. Huntindog1

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    Good One
     
  3. pen

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    Moved this over to the inglenook.

    OUTSTANDING!!!!

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  4. greythorn3

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    thats some gooooood stuff!
     
  5. begreen

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    Well my stacks are anything but perfect, but at least it's our insurance company.
     
  6. GAMMA RAY

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    That's how zap stacks his wood.... :lol: :lol: :p
     
  7. ecocavalier02

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    beat me to it. that should have been zap in the video. only thing there would have been t posts instead of a wall built. lol :coolgrin:
     
  8. thewoodlands

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    Nice commercial, like eco said, t-post! :vampire:


    zap
     
  9. mayhem

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    Show me that nice neat stack after its been sitting in the sun for 6 months.
     
  10. ecocavalier02

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    I think zap figures in shrinking and ground movement as well
     
  11. jeff_t

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    His stacks are actually compressed. Shrinkage relieves some of the pressure.
     
  12. GAMMA RAY

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    Yeah....shrinkage factor.... :coolsmirk:
     
  13. mayhem

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    The water was cold and there was significant...shrinkage.
     
  14. firebroad

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    Nope not me--too close to the house.
     
  15. GAMMA RAY

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    :lol: :lol: ;-P


     
  16. dorkweed

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    "Looked" like a Bud Light radio commercial.............."Here's to you Mr. Flawless Firewood Stacker"!!
     
  17. RNLA

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    Other than being too close to the house I'll admit to the stereo type.... No there are not any shrinkage issues if you use the wood to stabilize the stack. We have been through this so many times it makes me sick!!! :lol:
     
  18. bogydave

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    I don't get it, isn't that how everyone does it :)
     

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