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post #1 of 6 Old 08-30-2012, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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New mill on it's way !!!!

Ordered Hud-Son's new entry mill today (HFE-21) Can't wait to set this thing up, and try it out. Free shipping at $2495 total and they threw in 6' of track extention just for the asking. Comes standard with 12' of welded track that replaced the bolt together track previously used. ($2495) to my door Some may think this is not a good deal/Mill but I owe nothing to the company, or the bank. I was approved to get a bigger mill elsewhere, but I thought it over, and decided to be debt free. House building time after I mill all the pines that were given to me to harvest.
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post #2 of 6 Old 08-30-2012, 08:14 PM
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Congrats!!! You're gonna have fun.
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I know I will have fun. Got some Cedar logs ready and on standby, and plenty pine.
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Awesome! You get bored with cedar and pine, I've quite a bit of stuff down the road here. God knows I'm up to my eyeballs in school atm but maybe when the weather turns a little cooler and I'm not freaking out about school so much.
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Horatio what are you milling in SA?
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post #6 of 6 Old 08-31-2012, 08:19 PM
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Congrats . It won't be long before the addictions begin.....sawdust.....more logs....sawdust....more logs .

Let me know how you enjoy that mill.....I usually talk my customers on up to the 328 if it's feasible in their budget. 7" is like a mile with a log and a slight bow. I own and cut with the farmboss 36 and have my eyes on the oscar 52 for larger slabs....Gonna watch the Lord come through on it with a deisel engine...GLORY.

Have a Blessed and Prosperous day in Jesus's Awesome Love,
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