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post #1 of 8 Old 01-07-2015, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone Chop Wood?

I know a lot of people use wood stoves. Here is a good video to watch if you chop your own wood.

A Guy Uses Chain And A Bungee Cord To Chop Wood Easily

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That is neat and a time saver too

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I like it!
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That's one of the slickest things I've seen in a while. Thanks for sharing that one.

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I like to see him do that with some sweet gum. It looked like beech he was splitting. That works.

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We've heating our home with home wood furnace since 30 yrs ago but we buy it chopped @95.00/cord and we use roughly 14 cords. It is a very nice trick indeed.

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That's a nice pile of kindling he made Like the way it all can be picked up and set in the transport vehicle in one bunch , more efficient than using an old tire to hold the parts together.
Leery of chains and axes ( hate filing down gouges on blades ) , maybe just a couple of bungees instead of the chains

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Wow! I have a few trees I cut down and still need to cut up. I am trying that!

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