What Is a Rick of Wood?


A rick of wood refers to a piece of wood measuring 4x8 feet x16 inches However, a 'full' or true cord measures 4 feet x 4 feet x 8 feet and this is the official and standard firewood measure.
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Although wood is sold in many quantities, generally the only officially accepted measurement of quantity is the cord, according to the University of Tennessee Forest Products Extension
Half of 4 x 4 x 8 is not 2 x 2 x 2. It's 2 x 4 x 8.
The dimensions are: 4x8 feet x16 inches (commonly called a rick)Some
A rick often refers to a stack of wood 4' high x 8' long and on the average about 16" wide, or the size of the firewood pieces. Text us again!
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A rick of wood actually just means a pile of wood. However, a rick of wood has come to mean a pile of wood that is sixteen inches wide, eight feet long and four feet high. You can find more information here: http://brainz.org/what-rick-wood/
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A rick of wood is an amount of firewood stacked 4 foot by 8 foot and approximately 16 inches deep. A rick is about one third of a cord of firewood. ...
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