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I Forge Iron


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  1. Lol. No it takes me about thirty minutes each.
  2. Thanks Aus. I just used a blade width of the hack saw as a guide for the diamond.
  3. I took an old hammer head and made a texture tool for the hardy hole Dave. And thanks for the tips!
  4. Nice! Now I have to build one lol
  5. I hope I am not being a pest but I think my second attempt turned out much better.
  6. Thanks so much for the comments!
  7. This is my first attempt at one of these. I know it looks bad but it sure was fun to do lol
  8. I got the larger of the two sizes because I thought I would reduce the size somewhat after shoveling it twice to get it where I needed it.
  9. If I could have talked my wife into letting me use her new dodge I would have got the whole ton lol. That look she gave me when I asked though was priceless lol
  10. Don't know as I haven't used any yet. I have never used coal before always charcoal so I will be on a learning curve for awhile. The price was too good to pass up and I was getting really tired of making charcoal so I'm giving it a go. The price is 68 dollars a ton for soft bituminous and 2 sizes to choose from
  11. I finally managed to get a load of coal! Well i was using a ford ranger so its only 880 pounds but I am excited anyway lol. I looked for a long time for a local supplier and finally found one just an hour or so from my house. If anyone is interested I can give details.
  12. Just wanted to drop a line and say howdy. I live in southwest Missouri and have been playing with hot stuff for a few years. I am in the process of remodeling my house and after that I get to start over on my shop! Looking forward to getting to know some new people.
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