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Unread 10-06-2012, 10:39 AM   #5
volfan411
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Originally Posted by javahog2002 View Post
Found an ad for wood here in Colorado.

Hickory, Oak, Pecan, or Cherry

Chunks: 10 lbs for $10.00
16 inch log splits for $15.00 per Cubic foot

Normally, I use charcoal in the offset. However, I would like to try some stick burning.

Is this price too high for the splits ?

I am sure it's higher than Texas and other BBQ hotbeds in the south.
Compared to fruitawoodchunks.com I would say that is not a bad deal.
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