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  1. Oh . Ok . Sounds more like casual labor .
  2. Sounds idyllic Fredrik ! Bet you are a happy man ๐Ÿ™‚
  3. So do you have to keep phoning him up and asking if he wants to work or not ?
  4. I see myself in a flit cottage as well . The reality is live in a late 60s built place . ๐Ÿ™‚
  5. Surely its the same distance from the top down as it is bottom up ? ๐Ÿ™‚
  6. It might pay you to cut a few racks to ease accesses ( if its planted in a matrix ) ...say every 7 rows if its flat .
  7. My house was actually built with a 7.5" clay liner in the flue . The 6" stainless one is a nice snug fit inside that .
  8. My defra approved smokeless area ( nominally 5KW but punts out 8KW at full chat ) stove has a 6" flue . No problems with draw either . It pulls like a train .
  9. I would so love to be " in the know " . Ho hum ...
  10. May be , maybe . At the end of the day they are riveted the same as a chainsaw chain and they can take some abuse .
  11. Yea but what about all the oil I saved ? ๐Ÿ™‚
  12. I can say the same only mine run 50:1 .


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