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    Using old Fire Hydrants

    yea, I like old hot water heaters as a good source of iron scrap, and it's easy to break up. The grey iron they use for that makes for very easy casting

    cae2100 Today, 04:44 AM Go to last post

    Repaired Monster maul

    Oak is easy, try granite! I worked for a mason for awhile, we often would go to a gravel pit and split boulders for stone veneer on houses. (12 lb. stone

    Wolfcreek-Steve Today, 04:38 AM Go to last post

    Repaired Monster maul

    This reminds me of my teenage years - cutting firewood in the spring and splitting and stacking it in the summer. We kept probably two and half cords

    _Jason Today, 04:22 AM Go to last post

    Using old Fire Hydrants

    I would find other crap to break up for the cast iron. Fire hydrants bring 200bucks and up on craigslist. Ex fire fighter guys like them for decorations

    jagboy69 Today, 02:46 AM Go to last post

    Oil Burner Questions

    Just out of curiosity, have you had the pump apart to check the internal filter mesh? I've had the one on my home furnace apart multiple times, every

    OddDuck Today, 02:35 AM Go to last post