NJ, FREE SEASONED OAK FIRE WOOD SPLIT!!!

Coal Reaper Posted By Coal Reaper, May 6, 2013 at 12:44 PM

  1. WeldrDave

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  2. paul bunion

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    Before I got married I was about 15 minutes from there and had access to a masons dump. But that was a then....
     
  3. Coal Reaper

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    i called up and the lady did not think there was enough room to back a trailer in between the side of house and fence to get into backyard. and you have to dodge a few sprinkler heads in the process. but she has a wheelbarrow to use!

    and here is the $110 cords i mentioned.
    http://newjersey.craigslist.org/grq/3749182135.html
     
  4. USMC80

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    Am i reading it right? They only want someone that can take it all? Not just a couple loads?
     
  5. Coal Reaper

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    that was not mentioned or implied i dont think
     
  6. USMC80

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    I must have read it wrong. Maybe ill stop in and grab a couple truck loads at the risk of the old lady having a fit
     
  7. Coal Reaper

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    didnt sound that old and she seemed nice. let me know how bad it is. i was considreing taking a ride when i assumed i could get the trailer right next to the wood. she claimed they are putting up a fence and the stack was in the way. i almost asked "why not just move the wood 5 feet?" but i caught myself. they gotta be burners with the splitter there and all. people just dont give wood away like that, i dont get it...
     
  8. USMC80

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    ya is very weird being that they burn. all that work to just give it away instead of moving it?
     
  9. StihlHead

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    Around here that free oak firewood would have been gone 30 minutes after it was posted. I cannot believe that it is still there.

    Also around here the firewood in the CL ad would all be bought up by the rest of the firewood processors to re-sell it. I mean, if those are 'real' 4x4x8 cords, forget getting anything else! $110 for split oak? Cheap as chips!
     
  10. MasterMech

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    I wonder how that guy gets away with crossing state lines with non-kiln dried firewood. Getting hard to cross county lines here thanks to the DEC and EAB regulations, let alone state borders.
     
  11. paul bunion

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    No quarantine here yet, EAB hasn't made it quite this far south. Although it is coming.
     
  12. StihlHead

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    EAB fear is here. Oregon law as of the first of this year is no firewood from outside of Idaho, Washington or Oregon.

    So as much as I would like that pile of free oak... or to buy $110/cord oak... *sniff*
     
  13. nate379

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    Pfft... it's a rental, fill that bitche from wall to wall, floor to ceiling. :)

     
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  14. StihlHead

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    Another master of intelligence idea, eh? A 10 ft. rental truck has 402 cu. ft. of cargo space. So you are saying load it up, floor to ceiling with wood... am I with you here? That truck has a capacity of just over 3 cords of oak by volume. 3 cords of half-dry oak is at least 5,000 pounds a cord. That would be over 15,000 pounds of weight, total. And you are going to load and haul 15,000 pounds of weight in a truck designed for to carry a mere 2,800 pounds? Less than 1/5th the capacity? <blink blink> Do I have that right? Assuming the truck likely has an axle loading capacity of 3,500 pounds, a typical size, you are still over 4 times its design limit.

    OK... so make that rental truck your bytch! I would venture to guess that you would wind up like any of these people at Home Depot. I mean, they might actually make it... someplace.


    home depot overload.jpg
     
  15. nate379

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    I was obviously kidding. Don't take everything so literal! ;)

     

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