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tulip and pine

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by jeff123, Nov 26, 2008.

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  1. jeff123

    jeff123 New Member

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    I can get a seasoned cord of tulip and pine for 50.00, I realize it's not great wood but for 50.00 should I grab it ?

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  2. CowboyAndy

    CowboyAndy New Member

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    so long as it is a true cord (not a face cord, rick, truckload, whatever) $50 for a cord would be a GREAT deal. Hell, I'd buy 2 cords right now!
  3. pen

    pen There are some who call me...mod. Staff Member

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    a full cord remember is 4x4x8 or 128cu ft.

    If you have the storage and it is a full cord and it is DRY, then go for it. and as Andy said, buy 2!

    As a face cord (usually measured around my parts as 1/3 a cord or 16inches x 4 x 8) then that had better a delivered price since that is soft woods.

    If you burn part-time or for aesthetics, then go for it. Dry wood is dry wood. But it is going to burn differently than hardwoods if that is what you are used to.

    pen
  4. Bubbavh

    Bubbavh Feeling the Heat

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    I don't buy pine cause I always get it free.

    But if you need wood and it's split and seasoned for $50 (full cord).
    Heck the splitting and delivery is worth that!

    I'm with Andy buy at least 2!
  5. fallsfire36

    fallsfire36 New Member

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    If it's seasoned...that's a great price. You'll be sure to get plenty of BTU's! Go for it.
  6. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    if i could get a cord fo 50.00 bucks i just might hang my saw up!
  7. CowboyAndy

    CowboyAndy New Member

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    Then what, start paying to see a shrink????

    Even if I could get hardwood for $50 a cord, I would still cut/split/stack because it helps me keep my sanity.
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