Hello. I am replacing a very old wood stove in my small (900sq') home. I'm considering purchasing a Regency F1150 Wood Stove. My question has to do with stove pipe. The stove I removed has an 8" opening with 8" single wall pipe coming from the top of the stove to the box going through the ceiling/roof with 8" double wall. The Regency stove is 6". My question: is there any reason I shouldn't/can't run 6" single wall pipe within or through the 8" double wall pipe - securing the 6" to the 8" with three angle braces at both the bottom and top? There is approximately a 1" space between the circumference of the 8" double wall and the 6" single wall. I was thinking that I would extent the 6" single wall pipe a few inches above the end of the 8" double wall at the termination point and installing a 6" cap.