I have a slightly post EPA Haughs freestanding stove in the rental cottage on my farm. Well the tenants didn't tell me the door gasket was going bad till half the gasket was gone and the stove had overfired and warped the baffle and dropped into the firebox. Visually everything else looks good with the stove. It is a very basic design. Haughs is no longer in business but the baffle is a very simple 12" by 25 5/8 inch piece of 3/16 steel with a 10 degree bend at 3/4" on one side. I don't see why my local metal supply can't cut and bend a piece for me. Does anyone know if mild plate steel will work for this application?