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just a quick ask to find out about cordage size/diameter.

weather it be buy in by the lorry load or your own cutting.

wondering what diameter biggest, smallest and most common or average.

what size are we getting to turn in to firewood?

cheers needenginerunnin

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Most hauliers deliver firewood in 3m lengths diameter mostly 6 to 12 inch is common. Oversize diameter 12 inch plus.

Sawlog is usually sold in multiple of 7 foots and about 10 " plus diameter.

Smaller diameter usually goes for chip

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