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    You should be able to add water, some people use...

    You should be able to add water, some people use distilled water to avoid the minerals in normal household water.
    Boil it back down to something that you can use, may not make cream , but should be...
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    I don't know that their is a legal definition for...

    I don't know that their is a legal definition for maple sugar as far as rules to sell by or anything like that. I know some people that make 2 kinds, one more like brown sugar and one more like...
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    I think that is ideal, the heat/smoke is going to...

    I think that is ideal, the heat/smoke is going to have to hit/go around your pans to get to the exit/out of your fire pit area. The idea is to force the heat up into your pans.

    The only concern...
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    I'd say that looks good for a 50 year young Arch.

    I'd say that looks good for a 50 year young Arch.
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    I would advise against putting 3/16 up on...

    I would advise against putting 3/16 up on anything less than 10% slope . It was never intended for shallow slopes like this, it will work great the first year with clean brand new everything. Most...
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    Your most likely looking at Buttress treads, ...

    Your most likely looking at Buttress treads, Google search Buttress to Npt adapter. The Pik and shovel in newport vt was stocking them, they are a CDL store, you could try them.
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    I used the Grace Tri Flex synthetic roofing...

    I used the Grace Tri Flex synthetic roofing underlayment on mine. Works great and you get pretty good traction on it walking around on the roof. Think I paid about 100 dollars for a big roll of it...
  8. Thread: 52 years

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    Congrats Dave, that's really great, I've been...

    Congrats Dave, that's really great, I've been married 5 years this year, not sure I will live another 47 but I'm going to give it a shot.
  9. Some times it is really critical how much tubing...

    Some times it is really critical how much tubing is out beyond the clamps of the tubing tool, too much or too little and the alignment/geometry can be off and it makes it hard to put fittings in...
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    I got a quote recently for A High Vac Wet Dry...

    I got a quote recently for A High Vac Wet Dry system Tubing part of the system only, no tanks releaser Vacuum pump or anything like that was 15 Dollars a Tap. This was a 3-4 taps per lateral system....
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    I would move the Block that you are hoping that...

    I would move the Block that you are hoping that will be your (vent) or chimney if you will to the top of your firepit, that's where you want the heat is up top, you dont want to be pulling the draft...
  12. Thread: Guzzler usage

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    I've got a 12volt guzzler that I would ship and...

    I've got a 12volt guzzler that I would ship and pay for the freight for 500.00, I'm sure that it will pump the same as a 24, battery life is probably not as good. They get big money for those 24volt...
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    Hey Russ , Best wishes up here From the Chatham...

    Hey Russ , Best wishes up here From the Chatham Camp, sounds like you caught it pretty Early? Hopefully it's just a bump in the road on your way to retirement in March. Is your new press air powered?
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    To me it's not what the pump is made of, cast...

    To me it's not what the pump is made of, cast iron, aluminum, stainless steel whatever is fine, it's how the pump is lubricated that would worry me, if I pump out my now 1600 gallon woods tank only...
  15. I have a vertical wall in the back of my firebox...

    I have a vertical wall in the back of my firebox that is basically level with the arch rails and goes back to within 3" of the stack collar before dropping down. It works great but I did get one...
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    That's a very nice looking sugarhouse that you...

    That's a very nice looking sugarhouse that you built, you've got me thinking about painting my board &Batten siding.
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    While I haven't Done this Myself I would think...

    While I haven't Done this Myself I would think if you cleaned the Tank good, then filled it with water and let it sit a Few Days weeks, and took a water Sample and had it tested I think the Tank...
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    This is why I have made it a priority to Have my...

    This is why I have made it a priority to Have my woods tank high enough compared to my loading position so that I can just use Gravity to transfer my sap, no pumps to lug,drain,and or worry about...
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    Yup I Always Enjoy A trip to Bascoms, lots of...

    Yup I Always Enjoy A trip to Bascoms, lots of shiney stuff to look at, never know what you might find in the used equipment area.
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    If you can still take the unit apart after gluing...

    If you can still take the unit apart after gluing , I would glue it up. How old is the releaser? Best thing to do would be Call LaPierre in Swanton. They should help you out. I think Dave Fuller in...
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    I have some 3/16 in my woods that is going on its...

    I have some 3/16 in my woods that is going on its 4th season, while it has worked ok for the most part it is prone to plugging, I am replacing Drops every other year, using 5/16 drops, and I tap...
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    That 3x10 will be fine, were not talking about a...

    That 3x10 will be fine, were not talking about a souped up rig with a steam away and reverse fired and all the goodies, it's a basic oil fired rig, probably boil about 110-125 gph. You might have to...
  23. You need to get some PH test strips, Add soap...

    You need to get some PH test strips, Add soap while running your wash until you achieve your desired PH level for your membranes, I use the CDl super flour soap and I believe it is buffered so its...
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    My point was/is that I personally dont think that...

    My point was/is that I personally dont think that it's a good idea as a producer to sell to anyone that is not a producer at the Bulk price, it hamstrings you, you get a good customer buying 10...
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    In the last year or so I have bought Bulk NH ...

    In the last year or so I have bought Bulk NH Filtered Syrup for as little as 2.50lb and as high as 3.25lb, as a producer I would not sell syrup to a customer anywhere near this cheap, I dont produce...
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