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  1. great balls of fire

    great balls of fire New Member

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    I'm thinking about getting a flex king liner for my insert.I know the pro king is smoother on the inside.I was wondering if one was easier to work with than the other?Im looking at a 4by 25ft.

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  2. john193

    john193 Minister of Fire

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    Hearing from others who have used the "smooth" liners, they are a little tougher to manipulate but still flexible. Don't expect it to completely smooth. Typically It is smoother than the non smooth liner.
  3. great balls of fire

    great balls of fire New Member

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    thanks for your reply
  4. chimneylinerjames

    chimneylinerjames Feeling the Heat

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    It is slightly stiffer but not much. The inside is perfectly smooth. The Flex King Pro is different than other "smooth" liners. The other liners are like "john193" said, not completely smooth. They have seams that make it not perfectly smooth. They are smoother than the standard 1 ply liner, but not as smooth as the Flex King Pro.
  5. great balls of fire

    great balls of fire New Member

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    I didn't go with the pro just a flex king. seems like it'll work just fine.the single ply was easy to manipulate and cut.I got the insert up and running and I'm very excited not to use oil to heat my house.
  6. Lake Girl

    Lake Girl Minister of Fire

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    Congrats on the insert - pics or it didn't happen;)
  7. great balls of fire

    great balls of fire New Member

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    this is the Timberwolf insert in the basement have the p43 upstairs only heating hot water now .I'm stoked !

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