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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by charly, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. Oldhippie

    Oldhippie Minister of Fire

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    I'll be using the bike trailer/wood-hauler to bring it home. It won't happen for a while as Charlie is in no hurry, and neither am I given were at the end of this season. But I will be going up for a ride destination and visit in the near future and I'll post as many pics as Woodstock let's me take.

    Here's my buddy earlier this week. I was pressed into service to be his pick-up of him buying a used Honda Valkyrie. (I have one too, so that's why I had to do it.:) )

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  2. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Sweet! Here is another way to get a stove home:

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    That stove was going to Wisconsin. I think there was about 1/2" to spare getting that in the PT Cruiser.
  3. Oldhippie

    Oldhippie Minister of Fire

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    Wow! I never thought of just putting in the ENVOY. But, I've got a nice ramp for the trailer so that may be a consideration too. Thanks for the suggestion though, it's a possibility.

    Dennis how did the shocks in the PT like that load? :eek: We're the headlights pointing at the moon?
  4. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Take some measurements and then call Woodstock.

    Amazingly that PT Cruiser did not squat much at all. I was surprised.
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  5. Oldhippie

    Oldhippie Minister of Fire

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    My plan has been get it on an appliance dolly and strapped down solid, then it roll onto the trailer, off the trailer and then slowly up a double sets of stairs with my weight lifting buddies doing the muscle work. I'm a bit worried about that last part, but I did it with the original stove... so, hopefully we can do it again.
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  6. Joful

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    So hard to tell on a forum. Sorry, rideau!
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