Okay…..don’t beat me up too bad on this one but I have a question about throwing a slammer in an old cabin. This is temporary….most likely till I can around to installing it correctly this summer…..10-15 weekend burns max for the life it will be installed. I know everyone has their opinions on this topic and I also know it is not the best or even approved option now-a-days, but all that aside I have a question about performance. Stove to be installed is a Dutchwest 6inch vent out of the back. The fireplace is old school with “0” damper…..just a smoke chamber. The chimney is in great condition…..13in terracotta liner (12-15ft)….no cracks. Can I place the stove on the hearth…..run a 2ft pipe out the back…..throw in a 90….throw in a “whatever” size pipe I need in to get me past the smoke chamber……and have a working stove? Will this work? To make a long story short…..the open fireplace is great for looks and burns for about an hour….but without a damper it chews through the wood. I am looking for a temporary stove install to get me through some hunting weekends for the winter. Thoughts?????