Baker insert wanted/any info!

jdfamily Posted By jdfamily, Oct 11, 2012 at 9:53 PM

  1. jdfamily

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    Hi guys new here, I've been searching high and low for a nice baker woodstove insert for my fireplace. I already have my ss liner in just need the stove and has to be a top exaust. Have any of you had one of their inserts or know of someone who had any experience with them. I have made up my mind that's the stove that I want. (Fireside) If anyone knows of a good one for sale please let me know I live in York co. Pa. Thanks!
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    Unless I've missed a resurgence, these are pre-epa stoves. If I remember correctly, I think these were meant for coal and wood? What is your primary goal for burning?

    I'll move this thread over in the pre-epa forum so that it is visible there also.

    Welcome to the site.

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    Are you looking to primarily burn wood or coal?

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    Would be primarily wood but wouldn't ever rule out wood or possibility of throwing some coal in if a longer burn is needed.
     
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    Sure sounds like a stout stove. Why not buy new and get what you want?
     
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    Ok don't really have the funds to go new or would. Did find an older one today is a double door wood only no shaker grate for $1000 from a local guy that sells used stoves. Didn't see it yet he says it was gone over though. Think thats a lot but ya just can't find these things anywhere!
     
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    What do they cost new?
     
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    Most are in the 3k range some just under and some a little over depending on where u price.
     

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