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nepia

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About nepia

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  1. A bit pie in the sky probably but could it work for you if you shredded - shredded, not chipped - the finer green stuff but still burnt the bigger stuff? If so you need a shredder, not a chipper. Fewer cleaner bonfires too.
  2. Don't worry about it; I've said the same thing several times on here and it hasn't affected my softwood sales!
  3. nepia

    Jokes???

    VID-20210113-WA0004.mp4
  4. I have a 2 series Husky with one Husky nut and one local hardware store wing nut so probably standard threads
  5. Well I have a Stihl E140 that I was given 7 or 8 years ago when it was at least 20 years old and it's been brilliant. I've invoked the thermal cutout a few times without apparent harm but then that's what it's for - to prevent harm. I can't say how much use it's had; mine's irregular in both frequency and intensity.
  6. We burn no hardwood at all - I sell it - and are in our 14th season of doing so. No problems whatsoever. As said many times - dry, dry, dry is the key.
  7. I laughed more at that then anything in the Jokes thread recently and there have been some crackers there God knows!

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