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adapter pipe question

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by osagebow, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. osagebow

    osagebow Minister of Fire

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    Got my durango stove delivered yesterday, and getting ready to order my double wall pipe - do I need a small adapter pipe to go from the stove outlet to the first pipe section?

    Also, by using two 45 degree angles to off set the pipe a bit , I assume I'll need a third 45 degree to connect it to the wall thimble? I need the stove to sit about 2 feet to the right off the thimble instead of being directly in front of it.

    Thanks,
    John

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  2. KodiakII

    KodiakII Feeling the Heat

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    Either measure the collar on the stove, or ask the dealer you bought it from. I had everything ready to go before I picked up my stove, being 20 minutes to town with no guarantee parts will be in stock is an incentive to plan ahead.
  3. Dune

    Dune Minister of Fire

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    I would think you would need a 90 or 2 more 45s, but I may not be clear on what you are doing.
  4. osagebow

    osagebow Minister of Fire

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    Tried to go with our local dealer - quoted me 450 bucks for the 5 pieces I think I need. I don't mind paying 20% more to a local dude, but this is almost double what most places charge. Then on the way out he said "Hey I can give you a 20% discount...." He seems to cater to a better class of people. Had the same attitude when I wanted to get a pellet stove there. Cheapest was $2500 in 2005.

    Nobody else local sells black - all stainless. Guess i'll get what I think will work, and take it back.and go from there LOL...

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