OAK Rocks

Kherr Posted By Kherr, Feb 24, 2013 at 10:24 AM

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  2. Sweets

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    no ,6 yrs without air pipe
     
  3. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    Let me use a different analogy (that one was too close to the topic).

    I was married and went four years without sex.... doesn't mean I didn't need it. ;)
     
  4. Sweets

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    wwwwwwhhhhhhaaaaaattttt!!!! , Dont get it?
     
  5. Sweets

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    Only Kidding <got it;lol
     
  6. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    Lol! Just because you ran without it for 4 years doesn't mean that you were better off without it. There are advantages that were unrealized because you didn't have one.

    (Puts crayons back in box)
     
  7. Sweets

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    i never had crayon out of box , im break'in your OAKS==c
     
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    LOL!
     
  9. andybaker

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    4 years without sex!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That was an analogy right? !!! Thanks Sweets for askin what an OAK is, I was about to ask myself.
     
  10. SmokeyTheBear

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    Depending upon the stove and the heat loss of your house you can be sending the heat of a pound or so of pellets per hour up that flue without an OAK.

    I don't need a good steak either but I won't turn one down.
     
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    I need a bigger stove<> im going to look into wiseway next fall..;)
     
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    It was a mistake he meant to say beer.
     
  13. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    You beat me to it!
     
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    Yeah that guy up there ,something about sex and stoves,ha ha:p
     
  15. Thaddius Wenderoth

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    And stoves!
    If it weren't for the sex me and you could work out!
     
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  16. jtakeman

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    Or an Eco 65? ;)
     
  17. Sweets

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    how much??and were??
     
  18. Sweets

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    my eco 45 was out of northern catalog ,18 bones??
     
  19. Sweets

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    That new wiseway Is 57000 btu's no power??
     
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    But you will need a convection fan to move the air. 400 CFM or more is whats ideal. Natural convection isn't gonna cut it in the cold IMHO.

    Put the 45 up for sale and look into a 65. You'll be warmer.

    Where did you get the 45?
     

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