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Old 01-09-2004, 03:29 PM
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Now all I have to do is drive around NJ and look for MOpower's house, and toss some panties up on that thing!
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Chubby Chicks. Keep you warm, company and if you run out of food...... Oh, sorry.

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Old 01-09-2004, 06:58 PM
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Now all I have to do is drive around NJ and look for MOpower's house, and toss some panties up on that thing!
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Besides the hotwater oil baseboard, I have a wood stove and central heat/ac system. I have no idea why I live up north.... spring, summer and fall are great... dammed winter BITES!!!!
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I know what keeps Florida warm now.....it's all the hot air about Apache.
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Wood heats you four times:

1) when you cut it
2) when you split it
3) when you stack it
4) when you burn it

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Old 01-09-2004, 07:32 PM
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Forgot lugging it up to the house for winter!!!

And getting heated up when I'm trying to fix the dammed chainsaw.... parts are so expensive, almost warrants buying a new one....
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Old 01-09-2004, 10:04 PM
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Forced air gas- Carrier- two stage burner (high and low fire) and variable speed DC motors for the main blower and the ventor- most efficent forced air gas furnace on the planet- 96.6%......just cruises along on low fire, rarely goes to hi fire.....never even hear it ......pretty slick.......hey, were a Carrier dealer! ...doug
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A little trick for the garage torpedo heaters... I have a 50,000 btu reddy heater... Mix 20% gasoline into the kero for a hotter burn and cuts down on the kero smell due to it burning cleaner...
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A little trick for the garage torpedo heaters... I have a 50,000 btu reddy heater... Mix 20% gasoline into the kero for a hotter burn and cuts down on the kero smell due to it burning cleaner...
i will have to try that, i hate that smell
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