Let me see your rack!

Remmy122 Posted By Remmy122, Oct 12, 2011 at 1:32 AM

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  1. mellow

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    My stacks are nothing compared to the others, but when you live in the city ghetto you don't get very much space.

    I will say once I take down those 4 pine trees I will be putting in more pallet racks, they work very nice. Also made a pallet rack for my rounders and odd size pieces I just chunk in there.

    Already got my first cord of wood sitting on the porch ready to go.
     

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  2. woodchip

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    Those pine tree trunks could make an original end to a very impressive stack, think of lack of space in city, think skyscraper wood stack....... ;-)
     
  3. mellow

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    Tried that and when the wind blows hard as it does if we get a nor-easter all that stacked wood comes tumbling down :(
     
  4. BigV

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    It may not be pretty, but it works.
    My son is a roofer and he saves me rubber when they replace a flat roof. Works well to cover the top of my stack.


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  5. smokinj

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    Wow looks like a double row, How long is it?
     
  6. woodchip

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    That's the first wood rack I've ever seen that must be visible from space....... ;-)
     
  7. BigV

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    There are 12 sections, each section has 2, 62" pallets, so it's around 124' long.
    6' high and 42" wide (2 rows of 21" splits).
    I would guess pretty close to 20 cord.
     
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    Nice!
     
  9. weatherguy

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    That is one nice looking fence
     
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