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    I agree, have 2" in the pan when you shut down,...

    I agree, have 2" in the pan when you shut down, it will evaporate down to about 1" just from the heat in the bricks. Put a cover on it, the next week it will be fine.
    Many lower end pans have...
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    Being on steep terrain you should try 3/16...

    Being on steep terrain you should try 3/16 tubing. You will then not need to haul heavy sap on steep ground. I suggest you try 3/16 lateral(s) with 5/16 taps and drops. On one line you could put 20...
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    berkshires, FYI, I did read your entire post. I...

    berkshires, FYI, I did read your entire post. I just did not notice a higher tap count possibility. My point was that with just 9 taps the amount of sap, especially in the early part of the season...
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    Do you plan to stay with 9 taps, or maybe the 15...

    Do you plan to stay with 9 taps, or maybe the 15 you had previously or maybe even more? Do you have potential for 20 taps? On average you might get 1 gal/tap/day. On a good day, maybe 2-3 gal but...
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    I think for one thing, you want more that foil to...

    I think for one thing, you want more that foil to cover the pan. I had covers made for my bigger pans, my flues pan has a hood, the 3x3 syrup pan and my 2x6 finisher I had a tin shop make covers, the...
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