Hi guys I am new to this forum I been doing a lot of reading here and find it an excellent place for information and help. I have boiler question! I have a New Yorker wf100( which isn't made anymore) Just wf 200. I have had it installed since 1989. It is hooked up exactly like you see in the manual to a existing New yorker oil boiler. Haven't used oil since 3 years I have electric heat installed also.Heres my question I want to get rid of oil all together and use my wf100 either standalone or I been reading with insulated storage tanks used with wood boilers.As it goes now the wood keeps hot water fed to the oil boiler and my heat comes from the oil boiler. I guess you can say my oil boiler is a bit of storage I guess. It holds 18 gallons and my wood boiler holds 33 gallons.There is circulator hauling water from the wf100 boiler to the oil boiler and theres another circulator on the oiler boiler that kicks in when the house is calling for heat.I only have a 32 doorway to the furnace room so a big big tank would be out of the question but maybe smaller ones in series.Maybe I am out to lunch on this all together can't seem to get any answers from local heating contractors around here.They harding know anything about gasification wood boilers for christ sakes.That might be another alternative I can think about but I know they are very costly.I know the boiler I have now is a wood monster.It loves wood .I burn mostly seasoned birch which I cut myself. Any advice would be great! Here's the link to the wf100 http://www.nythermal.com/wf_series?phpMyAdmin=4a6a574efd2bf60e5309614c9bb23fee I uploaded the manual as well. In there is the way mine is hooked up using wood to oil method!