Holy Cow! A Dauntless on ebay

Corie Posted By Corie, May 9, 2006 at 6:28 PM

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  1. Corie

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  2. MountainStoveGuy

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    Hmmmm, i dont know that stove, but they converted it with a gas log?? Or is this unit designed to be burned with a gas log. Most gas log manufactures i know dont allow there products to be installed in stoves. Main reason heat destroying them. A open fireplace gives plenty of ventalation for cooling log sets and not melting components. Sounds like bad news to me.
     
  3. Corie

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    Back in the days of the Dauntless, I'm almost certain it came in a gas log model. If it didn't come in gas, there was a hole you could punch out to install a gas log set. I know it's one of the two. I'm not interested in it in the least, but it's a need stove back from old school Vermont Castings.


    The wood unit was always something I considered among the most attractive (non) heaters on the market.
     
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  5. BrotherBart

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    The heck with the stove, I want that bath tub sitting behind it!
     
  6. wg_bent

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    Tiny URL isn't required. This forum software allows for a URL to be smaller words by clicking the "<a>" above during submission of a post

    Like this : Holy Cow
     
  7. MountainStoveGuy

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    good to hear, i had visions of some guy drilling out a stove and throwing a gas log in there.
     
  8. Mo Heat

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    Good point, but your link is somewhat confusing. To me at least. Here's another example:

    Mulch link

    I think I actually like this better than using TinyURL, but I'm not sure how straight forward others will find it.

    Thanks Warren.
     
  9. Corie

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    Alright thread jackers!!!

    haha, but I did know about tha feature, i'm just a tad on the lazy side sometimse
     
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