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One sweet install

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Gunner, Nov 27, 2007.

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  1. Gunner

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  2. Gunner

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    another

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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    First one is the Princess model and the second one is the King, right?
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    I really like the optional blower on the first one and the heat shield and trivot and steamer on the third :lol:
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    titan Minister of Fire

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    Those are Borat stoves.If yer gonna burn your wood in a barrel,shouldn't you have 2 or 3 hobos standing around it?
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    Naw- no self-respecting hobo would be seen with those 'barn-burners' - that's why they have their fires outside.

    Kinda reminds me of a guy at work who has (something not as nice !) in a homemade alcove attached to his trailer.
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    North of 60 Minister of Fire

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    BANG ZOOM ALICE !!! To the moon ya rotter.
    I didnt see no cat in those pics.
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    The fancy ash bucket in the first pic probably set him back twice as much as the stove.
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    I want one of those in my living room. I especially like the steamer one with the second grate on top.

    My neighbors would all be Jealous.

    It is certainly a smoke dragon. In my tight neighborhood, all the neighbors would talk about me instead of the two people who are 'disabled' and are on full disability driving their new car, truck and working in their yards until they see any of us. Then they go inside because they can't work you know.
  11. Metal

    Metal Minister of Fire

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    Are those UL Listed heat shields I see on the last picture?
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    Is it me, or does the shovel in the last pic look like its been overfired :eek:hh:
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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    They all look a little safer than this pic from last year. I still worry about this one.

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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    OK. One more for posterity:

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    Is that a top loader....must be a VC
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    On eBay for six more hours.

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    The OSB (particle board) wall patch is a nice touch. The guy must have seen the UL mark on that board.
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    OMG i hope my install doesnt end up like that LOL
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    I wonder if they would do my brick work
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    I heated my 2000 square foot house with one of those for 17 years(same 55 gal drum). In 1991 it was replaced with a Whitfield Advantage II. which was replaced with a Harman XXV just this week.

    They were all in the same spot, I'm through putting new holes in the wall now.

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    EatenByLimestone Minister of Fire

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    Tractor Supply was selling "new" 55 gal drums for $40.

    Matt
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