Ive used that saw while timber framing before. Not sure how happy it will be doing rips. Make sure your blade is nice and sharp. Sweet find and...
Ha. 4wd is like night and day difference really.
First thing that came to mind for me was track loader as well. 3 ton piece of driftwood. Yikes. Can you cut it up into smaller pieces? I would...
I’d go for a track loader. How are you going to load a truck with the mini skid or
That’s why I bought a 6.2 gas.
You mean life line.
Why bother with a line. Free Solo baby!
Sounds good. Load it up good so they don’t tumble. Or maybe they should tumble.
Anything other than hitting it with a hammer, ax, sledge, maul, pipe etc is a waste of time and energy. Get someone else to smack it if you can’t
You can’t get them together with some super glue? Just replace the pull and the line if you can’t get them together.
Do what you can, but plant new trees. I doubt those will last in the long run with such drastic grade change. And not sure what foundations...
I’m taking a guess that this is walnut, but I don’t really know. Picked it up for free at town dump. [ATTACH][IMG][IMG]
Sounds like you need to rotate your wet uncovered wood into your dry storage area more often. You’re going to lose Btu’s burning it wet, even if...
Yeah. I mark my bar with sharpie. I use 14” pieces so I buck my logs into 56” lengths.
Don’t. Plan ahead, and buy your wood for the following year. No such thing as too dry imo
How about the metal dust deputy with a vacuum that had a bag. The embers should end up in the dust deputy and not the vac. Who’s gonna give it a try.
Personally I don’t like blown hot air. I think the radiant tube heater is a good direction to take, although I don’t know that much about them...
Still not sure what you have for insulation. What are the r values and what type? Is it a slab floor?
A portable propane burner like a torpedo is a horrible idea. They dump a lot of humidity while they burn. Do it right and get a vented heat source...
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