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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Another day, another load of fire wood.


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    Sold a Cord of Ash to my Neighbor and tested out the New Firewood Bags These Things are sweet
    I created a new thread with additional pictures I've not seen much posted on the site about fire wood bags

    edit cord of ash each bag holds one face cord sorry
    Dino Bags Firewood Bags - Evaluation

    Last edited by xring100; 02-16-2014 at 08:42 PM.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by xring100 View Post
    Sold a Face Cord of Ash to my Neighbor and tested out the New Firewood Bags These Things are sweet
    I created a new thread with additional pictures I've not seen much posted on the site about fire wood bags

    Dino Bags Firewood Bags - Evaluation

    If that is supposed to be a face cord of wood, it sure has shrunk in size from the legal definition of cord of wood.
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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    A "face cord" is NOT a standard cord.

    If you cut your wood 16", three rows four feet high and eight feet long is a cord.

    ONE of those rows is a "face cord".

    I find the term dishonest and misleading.

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    The weather finally turned off nice the last couple of days and yesterday I was able to take the B26 over and move all the trees that had fallen on the back fence and push them back up into the woods from which they fell. Also dug up two in the pasture that had bent to a 180 due to all the ice and removed a splintered top from an elm tree which was the last thing I was going to do which turned out to be true. I accidently got my backhoe too close to the tree stump and broke a hose end off the cylinder that operates the bucket. SO the B26 is parked till Monday when the repair shop opens up.
    In the mean time today, I got the LS out with the 72" KK tiller and tiller the garden spots up again. I tilled it one pass then put some lime out then tilled it all in again. Now we just need to wait till there is no longer a danger of frost. Last year I jumped the gun and planted early (end of march) and it came a freeze and I had to do it all over again just like a whole lot of other people. This year I am not putting anything in the ground till May 15th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xp190 View Post
    Here is one of my nephew, he's getting up there is size, but he's got a long way to catch up to me

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    Nice 750! I see you have the standard alternator rewire too.



    My grandson was into tractors too. Hard to believe that little guy is a Corporal in the USMC now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstinthot View Post
    I was asked to make a plow attachment for a friends tractor. Any good plans out there how to make this thing? Just starting to look in to how this will be done. He is tired of turning his head with a back blade. This set up looks pretty good.
    I just bought a quick attach plate and gave it to a neighbor to weld up. I sent him a handful of photos and told him to have fun. I really like the setup so far as this is what I wanted. I am a front plow kind of guy and this is really inexpensive.

    Google has lots of great images. If you wan to send me a PM I can send you quite a few that are all different yet seem to work.

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    First photo is the blank plate. The second is the welding that was added. I used some rattle can paint to cover the exposed metal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHPaul View Post
    A "face cord" is NOT a standard cord.

    If you cut your wood 16", three rows four feet high and eight feet long is a cord.

    ONE of those rows is a "face cord".

    I find the term dishonest and misleading.
    Me too, a face cord by definition is the length (8')x height (4') of a cord but only the width of the cut wood which could be as short as 16" (or less) so it is less than 1/2 cord and lots of not so honest sellers will not stack it tight either which can end up with not even a rick of wood selling for a full cord. Most all seller don't adhere to the "tightly stacked" definition at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Fowler View Post
    Me too, a face cord by definition is the length (8')x height (4') of a cord but only the width of the cut wood which could be as short as 16" (or less) so it is less than 1/2 cord and lots of not so honest sellers will not stack it tight either which can end up with not even a rick of wood selling for a full cord. Most all seller don't adhere to the "tightly stacked" definition at all.
    Sorry had a bit of an error in my post sold my neighbor a Cord of Ash. Each bag holds 1/3 of a Cord which is commonly called a face cord here. Nearly every one sells face cords and almost all are 16" in length unless you get some guy trying to short change people.

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    Also these bags are designed to hold ~51 ft^2
    Where 1/3 of a Cord is 42.6 so they claim you can just toss the wood in loose and get a 1/3 of a cord. We stack our racks over full to make sure people don't get shortchanged we had a few extra pieces that didn't fit. I don't have a rack to hold the bags fully upright yet during loading

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