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FREE spilt pine!!!!!!!! (Marlborough CT)

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by iskiatomic, Jun 24, 2009.

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  1. iskiatomic

    iskiatomic Minister of Fire

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  2. Slow1

    Slow1 Minister of Fire

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    Nice.... gee he won't deliver?? ha!

    What a deal if only I were close enough... only the work to get there, load, unload and stack. Perhaps re-cut if too long, but that's ok too :)
  3. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Well heck. I am too far away and my piping isn't insulated. :coolsmirk:
  4. Bad Wolf

    Bad Wolf Minister of Fire

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    I'm 8 miles away and just emailed him. What is the concern with insulated piping? does it burn too hot? I burn mostly oak but I could mix it up I suppose.
  5. Wet1

    Wet1 Minister of Fire

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    I'd guess it's gone by now. Regarding the insulated pipe... I suppose another east coast myth.
  6. Jags

    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    Uninsulated pipe = cooler burn + pine = going bald, flat tires and possible death. :p

    It ain't no big deal as long as your stack temp stays high enough. BroB knows this and I think was just throwing out a tongue in cheek jab at us "insulate your pipe" guys.

    Edit: I think the heat is getting to the ol'boy down there :lol: his NC30 probably still hasn't cooled off completely from its last burn.
  7. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    True dat.
  8. Bigg_Redd

    Bigg_Redd Minister of Fire

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    Pine causes chimney fires.
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    Todd Minister of Fire

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    I think I'd even pick that up even tho I'm a certified hardwood snob! Maybe hold onto it til late winter and sell it for a couple hundred bucks when everyone is running out of wood. :coolgrin:
  10. SolarAndWood

    SolarAndWood Minister of Fire

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    I keep finding those loads of pine at the mulch pile. Nice 20+ diameter rounds already cut, bigger ones even quartered. If there is a trailer load there, I have a hard time passing them up.
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