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  1. #71
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    I'm thinking seriously about buying the Dryshod boots. Everything I read on the website of the dealer in Apalachin, NY looks very good. I just sent them a question on sizing to hopefully get the proper size first try. On the Muck boots I had to buy 2 sizes bigger just for proper fit. I have given up on Mucks, I had to glue the soles back onto my last 2 pair and they were not quite 2 yrs old.
    Dave Klish about 1320 taps in '15, down to about 700 in '16, up to 1000 for 2019?
    2012 Mahindra 36 HP 4x4/ loader/cab/heat/AC:-)
    added a gooseneck equipment trailer and F350 to tow it to haul more sap
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    250 GPH converted to electric, RO by Ray Gingerich
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    I haven't done anything with mine yet. I just used my 8+ yr old hunting boots that I primarily used for ice fishing. The guys I know that have them didn't say anything about size issue. From what I was told the owner made improvement changes to Dryshod over Muck. Hopefully the sole was the primary improvement.

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    I've got a pair of cabelas, 1200 or 1400 gm boots, with rubber outers. Keep my feet warm and dry. Going on 4 years old, look like the day I bought them.
    2017- Started small- 90 taps and made 7 gallons. Long days and a few nights on a 1x2 and turkey fryer. Caught the bug!

    2018- Bought a homebuilt 2x4 and built a small scale RO. # of taps? (More then last year,), predominately Reds, @ 210, with about 90 on vacuum. Finished out with 21 gallons.

    2019- moved up to 100 gph procon for my home built RO. Small mods to the 2x4 arch. Worked on my vac setup and mainline. Set about 220 taps this year and finished with 21 gallons again.

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    I wear Dunlop’s in syrup season and all year. I wear them when I’m laying pipe in the summer months and in the winter when snow blowing or doing any other outdoor activity. They are expensive.
    https://www.marks.com/en/dunlop-mens...ots-30426.html


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    110 taps,buckets
    Homemade 2 x 3
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    2007 Big Bear
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