Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by bore_pig, Feb 18, 2008.
I like the targets!
Very nice! A few more and it would look like Hickok45!
Thanks again! I may have got a few ideas from Hickok45.... Mine is a work in progress.
Yep and he would have some 2 liters setting on there also
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And some pumpkins!
nice to know im not the only one that enjoys his YouTube channel
Toolboxes are ok, but they get in the way of hauling wood. I need to make up some stake pockets and sides, but what the heck. Haul most wood in trailers anyway.
$500. Pretty plain and a little rough, but it works. F350. 460 manual. Hate manuals.
Dunno anything about these 'cept they supposedly belong to a firewood seller who advertises on the Pittsburgh Craigslist....showed up in a Fire Apparatus forum:
Cabs, especially on that Mack, would make a nice place to store your wood cutting tools
Love those old F350s! Especially when they are used and abused. I have mine completely full of green oak splits from the weekend but I haven't bothered unloading since it's been raining for the past few days. Where in MN are you?
Nice dry and windy day brought in about 1 full cord in the basement with the little hauler
South of Hawley.
Labonville, INC in NH sells a "byte tyte" scabbard. It's aluminum and has a lifetime warranty. A little steep at
$79 though. But if it's holding onto a $350 plus saw from being demolished instantly......
I like that truck. Manual is a pluss if you ask me, especially on winter and forest roads.
I don't mind manuals as much when I'm in the country, but I've found very little i couldn't do easier or better with an automatic. Including drinking coffee and talking on the phone. They are nice when you have a dead battery or bad starter though.
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Gotta take the cap off to scrounge.
My first post - I'm a newbie here... love the site!
Load of slabwood ("cants") from local amish pallet shop last weekend. Mostly small stuff, but cost $30 for the whole load (truck and trailer full). Trailer is 14,000# gross, it was almost maxed out. Using the cutting racks, I had it all cut to boiler length in a 4-5 hours. It was all a little thin, but mostly ash and other hard woods. I've been burning in an insert fireplace for 10 years, first year with the boiler and I was afraid I may be a little shy on wood, this was a quick and easy way for me to get a little reserve on hand incase the boiler is hungry this winter
Leave the cap on and add a 24' flatbed dump on top. It would be perfect for Uncle Mustache!
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