Hello I did not plan on this but now that the Sante Fe ran away, I have no choice to put a newly aquired Harman P61a in it's place! The problem is the Selkirk DT that was installed to an 18" high Quadrafire Santa Fe stove exhaust flange! The Harman P61a has a 9" high stove exhaust flange and the fresh air is on the left side looking at the stove front! The DT has the fresh air coming off the right side used for the Santa Fe. :-( Fortunately, instead of installing a 3' Selkirk DT straight pipe, I installed a 2' and a 1' section. Good idea because know one ever knows if they will change the stove! Therefore, by removing the 1' section installed below the 2' section, the 1' DT adjustable pipe could be added and then the 1' section can be slid in so the stove pipe is 9" from the floor! I did have to pull the fresh air adapter off and turn it 180 Deg so the fresh air would be on the left side! Then I had to put the 4" diameter support bracket above the stove adapter instead of below it. Then use a 1.5" 10-24 bolt instead of the 1" bolt that came with the support bracket. So final cost was $1.18 for the longer bolt and $35.51 for a total of $36.69 not too bad so far! I painted the 1' adjustable Stove Bright Satin black after some flat black VHT Flame Proof high heat header paint as a primer. See pics below, click to enlarge. I have to finish going over the Harmy but it should work out fine. Will this venting setup work?