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Post By: Tnguy » Mon. Jan. 03, 2011 1:03 pm

Hi, just got a new wood/coal furnace and I wanted to get some coal to try it out, I have been burning wood for years but never coal. my back is getting worse and im not going to be able to cut/split or handle wood too much longer ANYWAY im in middle Tennessee about half way between Knoxville and Nashville and im looking for a suppler of coal for my stove, someplace I can take a trailer and get a ton or two at a time. any help would be grateful ... thanks much

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Post By: CapeCoaler » Mon. Jan. 03, 2011 1:24 pm

You may want to burn soft coal...
Hard coal will be more expensive due to trucking costs...
Several members burn sof coal and will point you in the right direction...
The bit forum...
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