flue angles

fishinAK Posted By fishinAK, Jul 21, 2006 at 4:28 PM

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  1. fishinAK

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    Is there such a thing as a flexible elbow? With my small hearth and vented brick back wall my new stove will sit forward about 5 inches from where the existing vertical chimney connector will be. A 45 would be way to much angle. I will probly only need about a 20 degree angle. Do they make such a thing? The rest of my flue will be 6" double wall.
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  3. fishinAK

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    Wow ya elk that offset box looks like the ticket. Do they make the flexible double wall elbows though? Also where do you folks buy most of your flue parts. Do different brand parts still work together? There is only one place here in town to buy stove pipe and they are WAY over priced. $250 for 5' double wall telescope.
     
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