Weird stove pipe adapter

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    OK I spend most my time on here in the boiler forum but a very good friend and I went to look at a wood stove for his "cabin" off of CL. The stove needs some cleanup and stuff that he's not too worried about but has a strange adapter that comes out the top to connect the stove pipe to. Its rectangular in shape 3.5 inches wide by 14 inches long theni goes to an 8 inch flue. Sorry no pics he didn't buy the stove because I've never seen one and neither has he. It looks like a floor register vent duct adapter but made out of heavy gauge black stove pipe. Also no real info on the stove I couldn't find a manufacturer name on it anywhere. Thanks all. Any help appreciated in advance.
     

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    What is your concern? From the size of the adapter, the stove needs an 8" flue.
     
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    Sorry should have proof read ...... the "odd" adapter it rusted / burned out. Where can I find one? I've looked on line and called locally. Have any of you seen an adapter like that.
     
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    Any half decent sheetmetal shop should be able to make one.
     
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    That's kinda what we were thinking also but didn't know for sure.
     
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    Rectangular means square corners. Is it OVAL ? If so, Ace Hardware has oval to round adapters.
     
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    Yes its rectangular squared corners!! I am somewhat familiar with the ovals. I be never seen one like this but'm no expert by no means...lol. thank-you for you all's help.
     
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    Perfect thanks! I'm getting this thing figured out now
     
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    $154.00 !! :eek:
     
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    Yes that is the piece! !!!!!!
     
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    Holy shnikies yeah that is more than they are asking for the stove . Clean up and the cost of that piece plus the other installation costs are turning us off on that stove. Hey thanks alot to all that helped! !!
     
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    http://www.stovepartsunlimited.com/pricing/2011 Stove Manufacturers Web.pdf

    Stove parts unlimited has it for $137. As others have said you could probably have a sheet metal shop make one out of stainless steel for you for cheaper.
     
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    You can make one pretty easily. This one cost me about $40
     

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