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  1. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Stacking is the devil. :omg::crazy::surprised3:
  2. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    The woodshed holds what I will burn in the shop stove. Lots of end cuts and blocks. The stuff outdoors I will sell in the fall and winter.
  3. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Birch all stacked. Man I do not enjoy that job at all. Took the pic from atop a pile of oak. If I get really bored I could stack that...or not. :)
  4. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Added more today. Not sure how much on this pile but it's getting up there. Hammock conveniently located for breaks as needed :)
  5. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    I have a Northern Tool chinese clone engine on my SS now. Paid $89 for it a year ago. Changed the oil once and felt dirty doing that. Like to see an American manufacturer produce the same as I' prefer to keep my dollar here.
  6. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    :muscle: Lol, if they get too big I will noodle them but if it gets on the beam the splitter will do the rest.
  7. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Got a couple of loads of fill hauled in to level out and expand my work area. Expecting some more in the near future. Shaping up nicely.
  8. MNGuns

    Scrounging firewood

    Part of a load of elm I got from a local tree service. Worked up pretty good on the SS.
  9. MNGuns

    Almost go time

    Got a decent stack of logs to work yet but also a whole lot of unexpected free time. Took a drive today and scored a truck load of scrounge.....cheap entertainment
  10. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Blocked up some willow rounds I had dumped on me in the fall. Had to cut the rounds short then noodle em as this was rounds from just above the stump. I suppose if it ever dries I will feed it to either the boiler or the fire pit. Likely not much good for anything else and even free not worthy...
  11. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Not a bad day in the ole wood lot. Working thru a pile of oak rounds I had cut in the winter. Good chance I'm going to have to breakdown and buy a conveyor. Seems keeping wood clear of the SS is a constant chore and I need to build up as my room is getting short on supply.
  12. MNGuns

    Scrounging firewood

    Had a few beers...logged on..whaaaat happened? :drinking:
  13. MNGuns

    Any Woodmaxx kinetic splitter owners out there?

    One can do a lot of repair for the price difference.....but I'd prefer a machine that just works and keeps on working.
  14. MNGuns

    Any Woodmaxx kinetic splitter owners out there?

    I own a SuperSplit myself. The concept of these kinetic machines is solid and proven. The manufacturing quality has shown to vary from brand to brand. The price is attractive. The two hand safety feature doesn't impress me. Following....
  15. MNGuns

    Craigslist laughs?

    If this sells...I'm going to be rich.
  16. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Bit of mud season setting in but got a little done today.
  17. MNGuns

    How many of you are running Eastonmade wood splitters?

    I've talked to them as well and seen a machine run local. Thing I see with all of em is like you said they produce a fair bit of trash. Once you load a round you get what you get out the other end. Running a Super Split I get near zero trash. I can split around anything knotty or foul and feed...
  18. MNGuns

    Scrounging firewood

    Looks like good times and some fairly easy pick'n :cheers:
  19. MNGuns

    Post pictures of your woodpile/splitting area

    Any you guys down around southern Minnesota or Iowa mind going out an turning off the wind machine? Temps good but I'm getting sawdust in my eyes. :surprised3:
  20. MNGuns

    Scrounging firewood

    I stop into my local store to get files...knowing full well there is something more than files I want in there.
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