Who’s got a buck26 27 2800

rox3406 Posted By rox3406, Nov 27, 2017 at 5:33 PM

  1. rox3406

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    I’ve got a buck2700 on a 6 inch liner. Anyone have some advice on running it? What do you guys do? Newbie looking for advice. So far I’m either smolder or cooked right out of the house
    Thanks in advance
     
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    I have a 28000. Been using it for years. How long is your wood split and stacked?
     
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    All the wood is at least 2 years old css. I inherited this from a grandfather who had it installed as a slammer for thirty years that I know of. He always ran the stove I was just his wood stacker as a kid. I put the liner in when I got it. And fresh gaskets. Just trying to get the hang of it. So far I figured out that it’s pretty sensitive to when I have to start killing the inlet air. To late and she runs real hot. To soon smolers down and I play see saw with the air. Slowly getting the hang of it
     
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    Strange. You're welcome to see mine in action in Bedminster NJ. Pm me if interested. Mines not sensitive at all. I stay away from oak. I find it takes 3 yrs to season.
     
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