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 on: Today at 02:56:07 PM 
Started by heat550 - Last post by wreckit87
I checked that one out the other day ^^^^. Looks like some guy named Richard created it and almost every topic there revolves around some sort of agenda that somehow benefits him and/or Portage and Main. Really no useful information whatsoever that I noticed during a brief scroll. There are a few others that actually have traffic and useful information which if I'm reading correctly, this Richard cat was kicked off of for bullying people and trash talking Heatmaster. Outdoor Wood Boilers, Hydronic Wood Heating, Outdoor Furnace Owners, and Outdoor Wood Boiler are four that I've seen people talk about. Not a big Facebook guy myself, but it seems that's where a lot of the traffic is

 on: Today at 02:48:19 PM 
Started by agriffinjd - Last post by wreckit87
I would also go with the Grundfos. Great prices on ebay for a 26-99. The one you have is pretty small for your distance anyway, I can only assume you heat load is either quite low or the delta quite high. 26-99 would be a more proper size

 on: Today at 10:58:10 AM 
Started by agriffinjd - Last post by Boydz
Definitely skip the badger pump and get the Grundfos. My Badgers have been horrible.

 on: Today at 05:47:14 AM 
Started by Scratch - Last post by greasemonkoid
Sometimes strange cutting angles happen in the field, that definitely looks like an awkward, uncomfortable, and unsafe position. I'm guilty of it myself. Thanks for the pic, it's easier to learn from others' mistakes.

 on: Today at 03:26:12 AM 
Started by hoardac - Last post by E Yoder
That's a good idea. Jumper inside the front and add a fuse back by the fan. I'm not sure that I'd ever had a control fuse blow, but I occasionally hear of a fan fuse blowing.

 on: January 21, 2019, 06:56:50 PM 
Started by hoardac - Last post by hoardac
Yes that would be nice to be able to change them without taking the front panel off. I might mount a fuse panel near the motor this spring.

 on: January 21, 2019, 05:06:11 PM 
Started by E Yoder - Last post by wreckit87
Hmmm... Looks a lot like the scum from untreated glycol. Did you test the water by chance?

 on: January 21, 2019, 05:01:16 PM 
Started by twain - Last post by Crow
Thanks twain.  :thumbup:

 on: January 21, 2019, 04:25:29 PM 
Started by Scratch - Last post by Radio Tech1964
He was sure lucky!  Wouldn't have been much deeper until it would have been a real problem with the bone and all!

 on: January 21, 2019, 01:06:10 PM 
Started by twain - Last post by twain
just as long of a log as you can get to the machine. I have pulled 30' plus. It has two jacks on the drag ramp that holds the machine in place for the drag, once they seat in the ground just pull'er on in. They claim 22" diameter but 20" and less is better. I run some mighty crooked stuff through it also. you just have to move the back around a little to get it straight in the cutting area. mine is the 830. The splitting action will push the pieces right up the shoot and in a trailer. The lower the trailer the better it works. I only have the 4 way wedge. I don't like to split them to small. I have never regretted buying it. Darn sure leaves some of the heat in the wood.   

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