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Old 09-14-2009, 03:53 AM
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Default Re: Definition of Dry Wood?

Hey Doug,
Thanks for the info, I am gonna get some of the kiln dried and check it with a moisture meter, I have a pretty good one,,, Thanks for doing the research, I''m Guessing it must just need a little moisture in the mix for combustion.. Will let you know If I have the same results, Dont see why I wouldnt
Mark
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