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Duengeon master
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Post Sat. Apr. 25, 2009 12:39 pm

The stuff I gave Cokehead was the stuff I got for free on the turnpike. I don't know what kind of bit it is. Hey Cokehead try some of the Somerset stoker I gave you The swelling should be less. :D

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Post Sat. Apr. 25, 2009 3:15 pm

Duengeon master wrote:Hey Cokehead try some of the Somerset stoker I gave you The swelling should be less. :D
If I keep the stove running I'll have to move out of the house. I'm letting it burn out for the season. I'll have to wait til fall to play with the rest of the bit.

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Post Sat. Apr. 25, 2009 5:19 pm

cokehead wrote:
Duengeon master wrote:Hey Cokehead try some of the Somerset stoker I gave you The swelling should be less. :D
If I keep the stove running I'll have to move out of the house. I'm letting it burn out for the season. I'll have to wait til fall to play with the rest of the bit.
Hopefully by then I will have some more to share. :lol:

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Post Sat. May. 02, 2009 9:01 pm

arlyn9391...Welcome to the Coal Forum! Have you burned coke? Why would it be more popular in the summer? :?


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Post Sat. May. 02, 2009 9:17 pm

...because noone has to bother fighting with it to get it to burn then, people buy it in place of mulch to use in their gardens :P

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Post Sat. May. 02, 2009 9:21 pm

Berlin wrote:, people buy it in place of mulch to use in their gardens :P
Ha, I always thought that porous stuff used in place of mulch, was volcanic rock. It's Coke? Or is that something else?

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Post Sat. May. 02, 2009 9:23 pm

OK.... I can take a joke. :roll:

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