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what kind of wood is this its heavy

Discussion in 'Picture Forum' started by gunny100, Dec 3, 2017.

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  1. gunny100

    gunny100 ArboristSite Operative

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    what kind of wood is this its heavy
     

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    Split some and show us. Looks kind of like young red oak.
     
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    Free, I'm guessing....
     
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    Did somebody take out a Holly tree?
     
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    I think you may be right. I took out a holly a few years ago. Holy carp is that stuff dense.
     
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    backhoelover 2 cycle carb master, don't believe me just ask!!!!

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    is it as bad a gum? we had some and it was hard for our little 27ton troy bilt could do to split it lol
     
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    The trunk was 3"-4", so I didn't split it.
     
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    just found out what kind of wood it is oak and locus
     
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    Maybe hickory oak. LOL
     
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    Maybe apple?
     
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    That salmon colored wood is for sure Honey Locust
     
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    It is Honey Locust. Had one in our yard.
     
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    Definately Honey locust, heavy but good burning, buddys a tree guy so i pick up most of the trunk sections he doesnt want to wrestle with, bogs down my 35 ton splitter but she burns hot and long, ill take it anyday
     

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