Seems like it should be so simple -- I just need about six feet of stove pipe to hook up my 1993-95 Lopi Endeavor. But the Selkirk chimney installed by the pros requires an adaptor at each end: a stovepipe adaptor at the top piece (which is 6" single wall pipe) and a stove adaptor at the collar of the firebox (also 6" inner diameter). I don't like the idea of so many different sections just to make a six foot run. This system is for double wall pipe.
Is there any way to use fewer pieces with single wall pipe? The problem is the piece hanging down from the ceiling is not crimped, so I can't connect a regular piece of single wall pipe.