Depends on what my intended destination was. Whatever I want to drink, I already have it with me. :cool:
I like my stoves real simple, myself. But hey, if that's what you want, and they'll build it just that way for you, go for it! Rick
Nor am I.
My Lopi Liberty has three secondary burn tubes. I'm not smart enough to comment on the why or the what if. Rick
Beautiful stuff. Talented, creative folks. Very nice.
And, of course, the bull would have to have a nice quiet muffler on it.
I wouldn't do it no matter what they let me wear. !!!
Maybe if you'd brought in a pre-EPA dog to trade in, they'd have given you a break on the new one.
He already is. The car (or its muffler) won't make a difference. ;lol
An inflatable traveling companion is standard equipment. ::P
Properly installing any non-combustible material between the stove and the combustible wall with a 1" air gap accomplishes the same purpose so far as...
In order to use wall shields to reduce minimum CTC's, you'll need to find in the manufacture's installation instructions a note that explicitly says...
Enough to give WWII bomber crews nightmares, for sure.
My best to all you hosers up there in the GWN.
NFPA publications are not codes. They are recommendations from a non-governmental industry group. Many local jurisdictions have adopted NFPA wording...
They may have been born in there. Female will lay 100+ eggs at a time. How long since you last burned in it?
Yeah, we're cookin' up here for a couple days.
This is an important question. If they're cracked clean through, that's likely impact. If they're crumbling, that's something else entirely. Rick
It'll be interesting to see what your pro installer says about the situation, and what his/her recommendation might be. I'd think short legs to be...
I've probably seen a more useless thread here...but I can't remember just when it might have been.
My inclination would be to anchor into the brick, as this is kiln-fired masonry as compared with the air-cured mortar. I'd think the brick to be...
The smoke came out because you had no draft. Under normal conditions, with a properly drafting stove, the pressure inside the flue is lower than...
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Super Cedars are the best thing since split wood. Costs me a whopping 15 cents to start a fire.
Yup, fer sure.
Personally, I don't see the need for a forum to post on when I'm sure I'm the only one who has any interest in anything I have to say about anything.
Anything's possible, but your option 1 is dangerous and in most places illegal. Don't hook up two solid fuel burning appliances to the same flue....
To each his own. But to me, this just sounds like a waste of time and gas.
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