latest project-earth stove

bigjohn72 Posted By bigjohn72, Oct 27, 2012 at 7:23 AM

  1. bigjohn72

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  2. Woody Stover

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    Wow, I've heard of them but never seen one...very interesting. Good job on the refurb! :cool:
     
  3. bigjohn72

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    Thanks, still have to do the feet, just get caught up with work and the farm, seems like i don't have any time, hopefully things will slow down soon
     
  4. GeneralBill

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    Hah! Burned a similar one for ten years. Didn't look as nice though. I liked the ability to put in 24" pieces and big fat unsplittable (by hand) oak uglies. One thing to look for is hairline cracks. Mine developed several. They can be hard to see.

    My newer Summit is better, but I do miss the great radiated heat from it.

    Nice work!
     
  5. firecracker_77

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    Looking good. Not too much left.

    What's the firebox size on it?
     
  6. bigjohn72

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    the fire box is 16 inches deep, 22 inches wide and 18 inches tall
     
  7. firecracker_77

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    That's 3.67 cubic feet on the firebox, so probably about 3.5 or slightly less usable. That's a big firebox.
     

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