plumbing question - 8 inch outlet to 6 inch liner. Bad idea, or ok to do?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by joshuaviktor, Oct 31, 2006.

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  1. joshuaviktor

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    Thinking about buying a glacier bay stove, which converts to a fireplace insert with the addition of some steel panels, and it has an 8 inch exhaust. I have JUST put a 6 inch SS flex liner up the chimney. Can I hook the one to the other, or is this a REALLY bad idea?
     
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    code wise unless you stove is listed to opperate with the 6" vent option is not allowed. Would it work right is anyone's guess
     
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    Elk is right.

    With as much wood as you can stack into that Glacier Bay, I'd have to say a six inch s/s Liner ain't gonna do it.
     
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