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Homestead hearth mount

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Wolfy, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Wolfy

    Wolfy New Member

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    Thanks Begreen, 14-15 cords of white oak sittin in the sun on the south side of my woods on pallets,slpit small. Not doing us any good till we get this thing fired up. Just had knee surgery so gimpin along on this install. Manson friend coming by tomorrow. My 14 yr old huntin partner thinks it working though. IMAG0266.jpg

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    You know Dave think its from the ash box, witch is nice. Thinking of putting some 2" mineral wool ins. in the box. What you think?
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    Well folks she's done for Christmas. Will post a picture of the bottom support for the pipe in the morning.


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    Used a Selkirk outside support plate which is what the tee is sitting on. Frame is 1 1/2" ,1/8" angle. 1/2" ready rod. Painted every thing that would be visible with high temp flat black paint. Did run the romex up to mantel receptacle. The mantel beam came from a local barn built in 1903. Real stone to act as heat sink. Used 2 1/2 granite for top of hearth. Boy will this baby put out the heat. Went though the brake in process as per manual. Temps inside chimney chase running 100 to 115 after running for a day.
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    Merry Christmas, begreen,dakota dad,thanks for your inputs! IMAG0316.jpg

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