2 oak lines, 1 stove

chrisasst Posted By chrisasst, Feb 12, 2013 at 4:26 PM

  1. chrisasst

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    Would there be any advantages if one ran two oak lines ( using a T )??
    Would it burn more clean or hotter??

    Does any oak do anything more than not pulling air through a house?
     
  2. Mr. Spock

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    If your running the correct diameter, I can't think of a single advantage.
     
  3. smoke show

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    i like things in pairs. just not oaks. ;)
     
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  4. heat seeker

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    I like "pears".

    But I have one OAK.
     
  5. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    Maybe T one 3 feet higher than the other just in case of a high snow line? Lol trying to think of a good reason.
     
  6. briansol

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    There's only 1 bank. having another pipe is for decoration purposes. it's like a civic with dual fart cans. lol
     
  7. smoke show

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    Hey a fail safe. I like it. How about doing the same with the exhaust venting. I bet Jay has already considered this at some point. :p
     
  8. Mr. Spock

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    How about 1 already 3 feet higher? :p
     
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