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Legend / water treatment
« on: October 27, 2013, 06:56:30 PM »
I was wondering what kind of treatment yall guys put in yalls legends? Also wondering what kinda anode rod yuns use and what exactly does that rod do because I was wondering if I could just do away with it if it really don't serve a purpose.

Legend / anyone have 4135
« on: August 08, 2012, 07:33:06 PM »
Ok here is the deal.... Ive been looking to buy a wood boiler every sence this time last year.  Im nt haveing any luck at trying to figer out what i wona spend my hard ernd money on.  Ive looked and posted on natures comfort , shaver, earth and a few more and i cnt seem to make my mind up.  My bosses dad has a legend and has had it for two years and havent had any trouble with it and i went and looked at it the other day and really liked to lookes and the way it was design and i figerd id see if anyone had one abt the size i need.  Im gona go try and look at them this weekend and if anyone has had any trouble with them id like to here bc if i like what i see ill prob buy it just were i can get it done and over with.  So any info at all will help thanks

Natures Comfort / Are nc good wood boilers?
« on: June 07, 2012, 08:20:44 PM »
I have posted on earth site asking about the earth boilers and the reason why i figerd i would post on this site is bc i had called a earth dealer and he also dealed in nc.  I was looking at them and there preaty good looking boilers.  I was just wondering if anybody had any good info on the 175.  I was wondering if there worth there money and somthing that is reliable for along period of time. thanks any info will help.

Earth Outdoor Wood Furnaces / thinking about buy one
« on: May 09, 2012, 06:48:04 PM »
I was looking at a wood master untill i found out the price.  I understand u get what u pay for most of the time but shurly they cant b a hole lot of differnce between them.  So i was looking at the earth outdoors and i was wondering if anyone has one that could share some info.  I have a 1200 sqft home and wona heat water wondering what size would b the best.  I liked the hole ash pan but the doors seem alitte small so i would prob get one without one.  But any info would help.

WoodMaster / earth or wood master?
« on: March 06, 2012, 06:46:07 PM »
I just posted on the earth page and i figerd id do the same here bc i am kinda stuck between the earth boiler or the wood master.  I am new to the owb's all i know is i am wntn to buy one bc i cant afford the high gas prices.  I was wondering if yall might could give me some pros n cons abt wood master.

Earth Outdoor Wood Furnaces / earth or wood master?
« on: March 06, 2012, 06:42:19 PM »
I am new to the owb's and i have been looking at buying one for the simple fact theres no way i can pay the high gas prices any more.  My only prob is i cant figer out witch one would be the best for me.  I think i have narrowed it down to earth or wood master the only thing that worrys me abt earth is the thickness of the fire box.  I was just wondering if anybody had some advice?

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