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  1. bushmaster

    bushmaster New Member

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    Any one reconize this monster. It's 27"wide 32"deep and 30" High not including legs , inside is a large steel flap that hangs down and is on rails to slide to front or rear of stove
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  2. Simonkenton

    Simonkenton Member

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    I don't know what it is, but I like it! That beast will put out some BTUs. Big firebox.
  3. bushmaster

    bushmaster New Member

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    It's in a small basement ,used it a few times, 3-4-splits and it would be too hot to stay in basement
  4. HotLogs

    HotLogs New Member

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    I've burned wood for two years now and am new the forum. What is considered a "split"?
  5. bushmaster

    bushmaster New Member

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    Split pieces
  6. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    The stove looks to be home brewed or out of a small shop. What is the box on the right side of the door? Thermostatic regulation?
  7. bushmaster

    bushmaster New Member

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    box on right has whatappears to be a bimetallic spring and it works a small door , the top and sides are all one piece it must of been bent on a large press brake, the welds are on the inside, definatly don't think home built,

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