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Post Sun. May. 12, 2013 8:03 pm

Uglysquirrel wrote:Flyer5, I'm just plum excited about the future potential of another LL to my current collection.
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Post Mon. May. 13, 2013 7:09 am

Uglysquirrel wrote:Flyer5, I'm just plum excited about the future potential of another LL to my current collection.
What are you getting :shock: I love that Pocono Unit linked up as a dual fuel boiler in the WL-110! :woot:

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Post Mon. May. 13, 2013 9:29 pm

Crane,

Have a Pocono now for past 4 years, fantastic piece. More valuable than the wife but not the brown furry dashshund.

The new potential install at a different house would be a smaller unit due living area , a pioneer or that new little whoosagigger one that LL just created.....though my neighbor has one of those and after having a Poke IMO the bin could have been a bit bigger due my laziness to refill........ but I understand the space limitations....
Hint to LL.....larger capacity option box for that new small one :), just don't make so large it tips over....


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Post Mon. May. 13, 2013 10:35 pm

Uglysquirrel wrote:Crane,

Have a Pocono now for past 4 years, fantastic piece. More valuable than the wife but not the brown furry dashshund.

The new potential install at a different house would be a smaller unit due living area , a pioneer or that new little whoosagigger one that LL just created.....though my neighbor has one of those and after having a Poke IMO the bin could have been a bit bigger due my laziness to refill........ but I understand the space limitations....
Hint to LL.....larger capacity option box for that new small one :), just don't make so large it tips over....
We have a 150# hopper for the pioneer. It will fit the lil heater.
Pioneer 110 hopper.jpg

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Post Tue. May. 14, 2013 5:24 am

Nice slant to the bin back bottom for efficient coal flow.

Thanks for the update. And I'll tell my neighba about the big option for his lil heater.....

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Post Tue. Jun. 25, 2013 12:25 pm

I find the hoppers are matched to the need to empty the ash or generally check things. Depends on the coal I guess.

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