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Post by 11ultra103 » Mon. Feb. 17, 2020 2:03 pm

WoodyJohnson wrote:
Fri. Jan. 17, 2020 9:08 am
Yes Tractor supply is a bit cheaper (and even a slightly shorter drive to Lexington) but it seems to produce clinkers at an alarming rate. The Blaschak I get in Christiansburg is much better. I wish I had a way to load bulk but my vehicle is a van.otherwise I'd be down at Hill's tomorrow. I'll look into Covington but I worry that at that price it might be that really high volatile trash out of West Virginia.
Thats a crazy price, We can glet Blaschak at the breaker for about $180 a ton, I used to get it delivered for $225 a ton, It may be worthwhile seeing if you can find a trucking company here in Pennsylvania willing to deliver to you. See if they will run 10 or 20 ton down to you and what they would charge. If i had my own dump truck Id run a load

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