Here it is! My official Pellet PiG application!

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DoWnAqT

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As some of you are aware, I have been installing the PF100 in the basement of my home. I finished it last week and now working the little bugs out of it, and dialing it in. Kind of hard when we haven't had too many cold fronts coming in. So anyways, I have said that I would post my install and pellet collection that I have once it is installed. I also had made double doors going from my "Under house" garage into my basement, and had to make ramps so I could use a pallet jack to bring them into the basement. Turns out that even using a pallet jack, those sons of b!tches are heavy and there was no way I was bring those in by myself. Thought I would try the good ole' lawn tractor, and BAM!! and worked great. I am officially ready for winter! So here are some pictures!!










 
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DoWnAqT

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And yes, I have a 3 year old daughter that is spoiled. My basement acts as a storage facility for her crap that my wife doesn't want to throw away.... Some day I will have a nice organized basement like some of you here... But today is not that day.
 
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dlehneman

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Very nice! Looks like you'll be plenty warm this winter :)
 

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Looks good to me. I never seem to get out of my messes. I will get into a kick to get it clean, then I need a kick to keep it that way. "Lived in" is the excuse term. Once I bought those craftsmen's wheeled tool chest, I did a whole lot better of keeping control of loose stuff.
 

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You're in! Please make sure you forward your "dues" to the Treasurers......Will (one case of of swill AKA Busch Light ;)) and imacman (one case of Stella). Thank you...lol
 
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EastMtn

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If I were a pellet pig I'd nominate you for pellet HOG!! Are those pellets UL listed? You'd better submit a ton for random sampling by other forum contributors just to be sure. ;)
 
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And yes, I have a 3 year old daughter that is spoiled. My basement acts as a storage facility for her crap that my wife doesn't want to throw away.... Some day I will have a nice organized basement like some of you here... But today is not that day.
Not going to happen, trust me.
 
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And yes, I have a 3 year old daughter that is spoiled. My basement acts as a storage facility for her crap that my wife doesn't want to throw away.... Some day I will have a nice organized basement like some of you here... But today is not that day.
Sure you will. *rolls eyes* pssst... Ain't gonna happen!
 

DoWnAqT

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It will never be the way I would like it.. But hopefully I can build another garage someday and make that the way I want it.
 

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wow you guys are harsh, come on memories they are hard to get rid of lol. That stash of pellets is awesome, I noticed a lot of them were fireside, I guess they are good. pics are great !!!
 
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SmokeyTheBear

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Easy, No.

But if its taking up pellet storage space? Sorry!
It also takes up aging and conditioning space. It takes room to store the winter larder does it not?

Remember a true pellet pig also is prepared for winter survival when they are snowed in.

See what happens when you don't let the house bear hibernate? You have to provide storage room for his food and libations as well as pellet supply.
 
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