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Im changing up the sap shack and rethinking a lot of it. Im changing out my hood so Im getting rid of the old one. Make me a good offer because its going in the snow bank come spring.
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Old November 28th, 2014, 07:54 PM
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Okay after years of hearing how your homemade aluminum hood is the next best thing to rogaine, your going to sell it? What's your plan Chuck? You do know we have a classifieds section as well!
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next best thing to rogaine. Ahhhh apparently that didnt work for him either.
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next best thing to rogaine. Ahhhh apparently that didnt work for him either.
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lol Chuck can handle a little teasing, he sure finds a way to get his jabbs in too. All good fun.
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You couldn't give me a full head of hair. I never did try to prolong the inevitable. Wait that doesn't sound right.

I got into my shack this week and rewired the old section and was looking at the hood and its designed with a drip try around the entire upper detail of the pan. My friend that made the current hood for the cost of the materials said lets make a new one. I asked how much and he said 2 sheets 16 gauge aluminum and if you try and pay for labor find someone else. I'm doing away with the drip channels on the rails and keeping it about the same. I want to see the detail of the pans.


I got into a barn a guy sold and got most of the parlor for $200.00 I picked a 300 gal. tank a round universal releaser with SS pump, double round bottom sink, 200ft of SS pipeline with (17) 90 degree sanitary fittings with assorted sections. I now have enough piping to make up my cleaning system for the flue pan.
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