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Just ran out... Now what?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by chazcarr, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    Is that pile in the pic a cord?? Not saying its not if you say it is, it just doesnt look like a crod to me? But pics can and are deceiving.

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  2. chazcarr

    chazcarr Feeling the Heat

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    Yeah, pic does seem small. Must be the angle. It is a pile about 5 feet tall and it tails off at the back end. Before dumping it it was a chord stack.
  3. chazcarr

    chazcarr Feeling the Heat

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    Actually, now I am not completely sure. What would you say the amount of wood delivered is for a truck that looked exactly like this one? That is what I got. Except unlike the picture, it was stacked in there.
  4. jdp1152

    jdp1152 Minister of Fire

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    Looks like it could be 4x4x8 if the wood was stacked in there. If it was just piled in, I doubt it's a legit cord due to airspace.
  5. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    "Crods" and "chords" . . . :) HehHeh . . . I measure in "coords" myself. ;) :)
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  6. chazcarr

    chazcarr Feeling the Heat

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    Restacked this weekend, it was nearly a legit cord. 8 x 4 x 3 and a half.
  7. NE WOOD BURNER

    NE WOOD BURNER Minister of Fire

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