Yukon furnace parts

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DSMosher

New Member
Jun 14, 2022
2
New Hampsire
I'm new to the forum bust just read that the yukon company went out of business. My dad had an lwo-112 put in 34 yesterday ago in what is now my house. It is still in operation. I have a few new spare parts that I would be willing to part with. A couple years ago I had to replace the firebox so that whole kit came with some things I already had new on hand. Here is what I have new...
Pot liner
Smoke shelf (both sections)
Full set of firebrick
Oil burner gasket

Let me know if you are interested and we can figure out the logistics
Thanks for the post.
I just found out today that Yukon is OOB.
I could really use 2 12x6x2 Firebrick if still available.
I found a couple of other things I needed locally.
 

Cbates101

New Member
Jul 6, 2022
6
Pennsylvania
I'm new to the forum bust just read that the yukon company went out of business. My dad had an lwo-112 put in 34 yesterday ago in what is now my house. It is still in operation. I have a few new spare parts that I would be willing to part with. A couple years ago I had to replace the firebox so that whole kit came with some things I already had new on hand. Here is what I have new...
Pot liner
Smoke shelf (both sections)
Full set of firebrick
Oil burner gasket

Let me know if you are interested and we can figure out the logistics.
Do you still have this pot liner?