Northern Comfort woodstove

Metalmantma Posted By Metalmantma, Mar 11, 2019 at 9:37 AM

  1. Metalmantma

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    Has anyone out there heard of or seen a northern exposure woodstove? It looks like a grandpa bear, grandma bear or timberline double door stove? It's at least 40 yrs old.
     
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    There are lots of old shops that were forced to close with EPA regulations. It might have been a local shop.
     
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    No wonder I couldn't find it. It has a different name.
     
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    Sorry I had the name wrong, so Jan can you provide any info on that company? The woodstove I am asking about has been in my Aunts basement since the 80s.
     
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    Northern Exposure had me up in Alaska with that quirky, fun show. I changed the title to Northern Comfort.
     
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    hahaha, northern exposure, I remember that show too, that's probably why I messed up the name of the stove, when I think alsaka I think cold and for i think stove. Anyway I am a fisher,all nighter and timberline lover and I just recently picked up a small single door timberline
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    Just another Fisher copy. It will be pretty much the same as a comfortable Fisher. Durable and able to crank out tons of BTUs but not efficient or clean burning at all
     
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    Yes it looks like a fisher door on a timberline body. Sides are wavy from over fire but will make a great deer camp All night burner. Beats the tiny very leaky boxwood woodstove we have up there, that one had to be filled every 2 to 3 hrs. No joke I haven't gotten much sleep during deer season because of that woodstove.
     
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    Yes, almost anything is better and safer as long as the flue and clearance requirements are honored.
     
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