I thought so too. It's definitely had some modifications but aside from one port and the door, the welds are pretty clean. They look pretty factory. I am looking to use it for a boiler to get some what continuous hot running water in my butcher barn.
I was thinking about trying to use it to give me a source of hot running water in a butchering area I'm working on in our barn We butcher several times a year and having hot water helps with the process to keep the everything in one area instead of hauling all the stuff inside for cleanup and such
Hello friends. Been reading for years but first time posting. I have a Timberline woodstove that I believe is a wood boiler. I'm trying ty figure out just what it is and what I would need to make it work for a project for my barn. Any info would be great! Thank you.