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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by jimmieguns, Feb 9, 2013.
By the way, these are the Pa-based "Energex American" hardwood pellets.
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where do you get Turmans from?
The Cozy Barn in Wind Gap maybe a bit of a drive for you.
Thanks for all the good info Jay I really appreciate it.
Tractor Supply is close I'll give the bedding pellets a try. Truman's are $240/ ton $4.80/ bag same price Hamer's not sure of current price ,were almost $300/ton last year.
Human nature seems like we always want what we can't have.
I think I'm gonna ccccccccry!
There's No crying here How's that cough coming maybe we need some of that medicine we spoke about in that other thread
Cough is doing fine, Blackberry fixed it up. Now I have a sniffle! Ginger work for that?
I don't see why not.I still think Mary Ann was Hotter
I'm a pellet newb, so I ended up trying just about everything in my area. NA's are not great, Greene Supremes aren't blowing my skirt up either. Green Teams were a slightly better pellet, but not by much. My top 2 favorites are Somersets and Barefoots. Both have awesome heat and the ash isn't bad. After exhausting trial and error testing, I've found my go to's in my opinion.
Way to go now you know what works for you & your stove.
Would love to see some pic's of that 600 hp Stang
Pics will be up soon. As soon as i can back it out of the garage!
Here's the dyno run...
That's one Sweet Ride
You and Forum member FreakinStang would get along great. He has several Stangs and used to run a shop here in Ohio with his Dad. His current Cobra is Ridiculous (much as your Mach is )
Nice ride man...
I have had a few stangs. 70 mach1 351C 4 spd and a 73 mach1 351C 4spd. Always wanted a boss 429 until I saw this. Now I want one. Without the crash of course. Shoulda kept the wheel straight!
I had one of these too 1967 Fairlane. Pulled out the 289 and stuffed a 460 with CJ heads in it. Fun car but it was a trailer queen!
I dream of Fairlanes...... I also sport wood for the Ford Thunderbolt. Oh how I wish I can own one
BTW, I'm not trying to hijack this thread. If this needs to be moved, I gladly will. I'm glad there are other car freaks here!
Never had a muscle car ,but in 1966 our family car was a Mercury S55 428cu in 4/11 rear end, 4 speed would go like a ***** ape . Loved riding in that car with Dad when he cut her loose, hooked me on big HP muscle cars.
John, Not sure hoe far you are from HARCO MD But here you can get AWF Super Premiums or TS Equine Softies, I am diging the Equines at $5.00 a bag.
I like Hamer's in my stove.
They raised the price on Hamer's last year to 279/ton in the summer so I tried a bunch at 219/ton: Cheat River (cakes in the burn pot), America's Best (ashes), Dominion (ashes).
I just picked up 8 of Lignetics, and 8 of another brand (can recall). I'll try those too. At this point, I'll go back to Hamer they burn hotter, I need fewer, and I clean the stove less.
That's why I went with the Vermont's.
Very clean softwood and pretty hot too!
I really hope I can find these near Poughkeepsie, NY. I've heard great things and I'm anxious to try them.
and I'd sure like to get some of those brands from up your way like turmans
That's a drive for me, but I do have a local tsc that sells pine equine bedding for 5 bucks. Will give them a try for the heck of it.
John 193, where in SE Pa. are you. Grimes Mower shop in Newmanstown carries quite a few different brands. North Forge Home Heating on 322 in Fontana carried some blend pellets.
Hey Dex- I had that TOO ; but only for 1-3 days of first using them--seems odd/weird, but after that clear sailing(no smell) AND they seem MUCH hotter than Stove Chow, andGreen Supremes. I like them , but have more ash than the others.......thoughts?