LsFarm wrote:That's pretty lame CS... these people are making back to back comparisons, and are measuring a 100* difference, regardless of air settings.. It sounds like Blaschak simply has fewer BTUs than the other coals they were/are burning. Doesn't make it bad coal... just not high btu. OR worth paying the high price for.
The difference between a 400* stove and a 500* stove is definitely noticable.
I know and two days from now two other guys will say how hot it burns then two more won't like Reading two will and so on and so on, it's that age old coal thing again, but like I said at least were havin fun .
Hella I've been burnin Blaschak all season without a hitch and I'd still like to go and try some from some other place cause I feel I'm missing out on something.
The problem is it takes forever to get rid of a ton of Blaschak and I only got to go fer a ton a coal twice all season.
The worst part is in about 4 weeks I'll be idling the stove down and it looks like theres still about a ½ ton left yet .
So I guess I will just have to wait till next year and see who's still in business and where they are getting coal from.