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"WOOD BUTCHER WANTED FOR WOOD ASSAULT"

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by WOODBUTCHER, Mar 1, 2006.

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  1. WOODBUTCHER

    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    That freak ran off with 2 of my chainsaws! ......LOL

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  2. iburnpine

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    Oh man...that's funny. Now check this pic out. Wood butcher posing.....

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    Is he for hire? Looks like he's a firewood making animal!
  5. Mo Heat

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    Hmmm. A corroborative sighting. That dude is definitely for real!

    Hey, BTW, what do you have between that tarp and the wood? Looks like a nice rain shelf.
  6. Bushfire

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    Great stack! What do you have between the two seperate piles holding your stack up?
  7. WOODBUTCHER

    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    I used 8 1/2 inch lag bolts and scrap beams....see picture.....that pile held 4 cords of wet oak 2 years ago and they didnt move.......If the woods green I make an awning so the air can get to it...........cuz stacking a big pile like that out in yard in the sun looks like crap in the spring/summer

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    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    Here's a shot taken early September 05........

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    Nice work. I'm in the middle of stacking up an ash that I took down last weekend and I may just have to steal some of your construction design for my piles. Great shots. If only I had scrap beams too! I'll have to settle for pressure treated 4x4s from Lowes or HD.
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    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    Thanks.....Bushfire......I had just moved into my house (2002).....and there were these old beams and plywood stacked in the shed (different lengths and quality)..........so I hit the hardware store bought some lags and a pattle bit.......and 2 saturday afternoons later I had a poormans 4 cord woodrack...........heres some better pics for you....

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  11. FLASHMAN

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    you better catch that bastard.... I think one of those saws is mine!!! lol
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    Wow! What a set of pics! I love the hair!
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    I once had hair like that, now I could be the poster boy for "He who needs Rogaine"....... :coolgrin:
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    Putnam, I love your Avatar! Cool!
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