Fuel Saver II

R-J. Posted By R-J., Dec 15, 2011 at 11:59 PM

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  1. R-J.

    New Member 2.

    Dec 13, 2011
    middle tn
    Hello new to this site
    I found a link to yall on a paintball site, mcarterbrown.com, that is to old paintball markers what yall are to wood burning stoves.

    I have just bought a pre 80 Fisher papa bear with 4 fin vent cap on one side. Stove was made by Hesston in Hesston Ks.
    On the left vent it has a device that looks like it was made from a tin can marked Fuel Saver II. The device has a flapper on a off center hinge with a threaded counter balance to control the draft. Has anyone ever had any experience with this device?


    Middle Tennessee
  2. valley ranch

    valley ranch
    Feeling the Heat 2.

    Dec 6, 2011
    Ranches in Sierra Nevada mts,Calif & Nevada
    I'm guessing the flapper is used when the stove gets hot enought. I like the idea of them, seen them on some very nice older stoves, even homemades. Some are made to cause the exaust to dip down as with a Down Draft furnace. This was done, I've read, in the origional Franklin stoves and was Ben's idea.

    Like to see a picture!
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