Older Morso 2B bricks/liner?

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D. Hermit

Feeling the Heat
Nov 21, 2020
339
NeK Vermont
Thanks so much on the info about the Morso 2b firebrick. I’m about to start a similar restoration. I just bought the bottom cast piece you linked to, but Im having trouble finding the side and back firebrick for sale anywhere online. Is there anywhere specifically that you recommend? And if through Morso directly, what is the best way to order those? I didn’t see it on their site anywhere.

update: I found this set on Woodman’s though it has a different model number: https://www.woodmanspartsplus.com/product.aspx?p_id=797996
I had to get the bricks directly from a local
Morso dealer, I could not find them anywhere online either. I think it was around 125 for all
of them.
 

Bstroot

New Member
Oct 18, 2021
4
Indiana
I had to get the bricks directly from a local
Morso dealer, I could not find them anywhere online either. I think it was around 125 for all
of them.
Copy that. Ill try calling the closest dealer later today. For that back brick, you didn’t have a part number right? Did you just tell them the stove name and age and they were able to pull it up for you?
 

D. Hermit

Feeling the Heat
Nov 21, 2020
339
NeK Vermont
Copy that. Ill try calling the closest dealer later today. For that back brick, you didn’t have a part number right? Did you just tell them the stove name and age and they were able to pull it up for you?
Pretty much, I think it may be the same back brick as one of the other stoves.
 

ADK Backwoods

New Member
Apr 24, 2022
2
ADK - NY
Alright guys, sorry for the wait, had to make 12" J Bolts too put the exchanger back together, plus, I kept finding stoves to buy. lol. But, I finished her all up today and she looks amazing. All with proper bricks and bottom burn plate. And I got too play with my new re-threading kit tofu up the draft control without having to drill it out and re thread out bigger. View attachment 277985 View attachment 277986 View attachment 277987 View attachment 277988 View attachment 277989 View attachment 277990 View attachment 277991 View attachment 277992 Not sure if I want to part with it after all the work I put into it!
The stove looks amazing, I hope my restoration comes out as well. I just picked up a 2BO for our off grid camp. Not sure the age of it, but it looks identical to yours. I have ordered the bottom plate, insulation blanket and fire bricks from http:www.woodmanspartsplus.com
however the fire bricks are backordered so waiting on them. I do have question that I hope you can answer for me. Did you use any cement caulking to seal the heat exchanger to the fire box or is it just placed on top and what paint did you use on your restore.

Thanks
ADK Backwoods
 

D. Hermit

Feeling the Heat
Nov 21, 2020
339
NeK Vermont
The stove looks amazing, I hope my restoration comes out as well. I just picked up a 2BO for our off grid camp. Not sure the age of it, but it looks identical to yours. I have ordered the bottom plate, insulation blanket and fire bricks from http:www.woodmanspartsplus.com
however the fire bricks are backordered so waiting on them. I do have question that I hope you can answer for me. Did you use any cement caulking to seal the heat exchanger to the fire box or is it just placed on top and what paint did you use on your restore.

Thanks
ADK Backwoods
Thanks for the complement. I enjoy my job very much ha.

No I did not cement the heat exchanger to the top, it was designed to just sit there.

For all my black stoves I use Thurmalux High Temp 270-02-Satin Black. Its what most anyone who has a restoration shop uses for just the basic black look. It looks nicer and softer than the flat black.

You can order it online, or if you want, just shoot me a private message here or the shop page and I can get you taken care of.

And other questions feel free to reach out.
 

ADK Backwoods

New Member
Apr 24, 2022
2
ADK - NY
Thanks for the complement. I enjoy my job very much ha.

No I did not cement the heat exchanger to the top, it was designed to just sit there.

For all my black stoves I use Thurmalux High Temp 270-02-Satin Black. Its what most anyone who has a restoration shop uses for just the basic black look. It looks nicer and softer than the flat black.

You can order it online, or if you want, just shoot me a private message here or the shop page and I can get you taken care of.

And other questions feel free to reach out.
Hey Deranged,
I tried to send you this through a conversation but it kept failing so I reverted to just replying to this thread.

Thanks for the help with my Morso 2BO. I will let you know on the paint and I appreciate your offer. As far as the Morso is concerned, I was worried about just sitting the heat exchanger on the fire box without using a bead of Furnace Cement to create a tighter seal. I guess Morso knows what they are doing and have engineered it for tight tolerance.

Would it be a bad thing if I did put a bead of furnace cement down?

I also have a old stove, that I am looking to sell. I am not sure what I should ask for it. I know it is hard to evaluate a stove with pics, but wondering if you could send me your email address as I am having trouble attaching the pics.

On another note, my place is in Indian Lake, NY so if you are interested in the stove, I can probably drive it over to you, I have friends outside of Burlington that would be happy to see me.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks
Vince
"ADK Backwoods"
 

D. Hermit

Feeling the Heat
Nov 21, 2020
339
NeK Vermont
Hey Deranged,
I tried to send you this through a conversation but it kept failing so I reverted to just replying to this thread.

Thanks for the help with my Morso 2BO. I will let you know on the paint and I appreciate your offer. As far as the Morso is concerned, I was worried about just sitting the heat exchanger on the fire box without using a bead of Furnace Cement to create a tighter seal. I guess Morso knows what they are doing and have engineered it for tight tolerance.

Would it be a bad thing if I did put a bead of furnace cement down?

I also have a old stove, that I am looking to sell. I am not sure what I should ask for it. I know it is hard to evaluate a stove with pics, but wondering if you could send me your email address as I am having trouble attaching the pics.

On another note, my place is in Indian Lake, NY so if you are interested in the stove, I can probably drive it over to you, I have friends outside of Burlington that would be happy to see me.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks
Vince
"ADK Backwoods"
I would skip the bead of cement, its just not needed.

As far as the stove, shoot me an email at kingdomwoodstoves@yahoo.com

Then we can talk further about it and I can let you know its value.
 

bigealta

Minister of Fire
May 22, 2010
892
Utah & NJ
I would skip the bead of cement, its just not needed.

As far as the stove, shoot me an email at kingdomwoodstoves@yahoo.com

Then we can talk further about it and I can let you know its value.
Hey i have a jotul 3 i might be letting go of. The back plate needs to be fixed or replaced other than that it is in Great shape. Blue black enamel finish also in great shape.

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