1. OldStoneHouse

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    Can anyone share an opinion about using bare copper pipe for an overheat zone (no electricity)? I need 31' of baseboard according to Tarm but I'm curious that if (for example) I add more bare copper would that suffice?
     
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  2. ewdudley

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    With enough copper, sure. But it seems likely that the scrap price of enough copper would more than pay for the right amount of baseboard.
     
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    Ummm - are you guys twins? Or burn from the same woodpile?
     
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    i know....creepy!!!
     
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    Nice EW, when did you switch over to that sweet OWB? Did batch burning get old?;lol

    Noah
     
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    When in Yoop...
     
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    burrman & ewd, those things just won't burn right with a bucket over the stack.

    Might extend your burn times though, hmmm...
     
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    It might...usually the bucket just melts off..lol
     
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    Nah, but apparently we have good taste!
     
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