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Old 01-08-2015, 01:09 PM   #21
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Well as this burning issue; I mean 'thread' evolves it will prove interesting.
As long as everyone can remember to play nice I agree it will be interesting and I for one would like to see the finished product.
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We love wood heat and have had a wood stove for the last 40 years. Last summer we sold out current stove and will likely go with a pellet stove. Wood is nice even heat but it is dirty. I am looking forward to some pics if someone buys the stove.
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It was -5 F this morning by me and I slept in my underwear. I love my wood stove !!
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Old 01-13-2015, 09:54 AM   #25
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It was -5 F this morning by me and I slept in my underwear. I love my wood stove !!
Glad you don't have a pic of you in your underwear but wouldn't mind seeing one of the stove.
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Old 01-13-2015, 01:44 PM   #26
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well in a few weeks I will be buying my Wood Stove for my 341 RLQS 5'er It's small and puts out 14,000 BTU it's freaking awesome and a no brainer to install!
I will be using the wall mount for protection but won't install it on the wall.
I like it! I’m pretty handy around the house, but I’m trying to figure out how it is a “no brainer” to install in a camper.
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Old 02-01-2015, 12:41 PM   #27
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Update On Wood Stove

Well since I was not able to get my new wood stove last week I will have to wait for a few more weeks this sucks! Anyways I have decided to get a different wood stove for my 5er but gotta save up some more money. The Cost is $1025.00. The reason I putting it on a slide there is NO INSULATION ON SLIDES hahaha lame huh?

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The stove is not installed yet but I made some pic to show you what it will look like in my 5'er and how it will be installed.

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Thanks for documenting the project. Wondering which make/model of stove you like?
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Thanks for documenting the project. Wondering which make/model of stove you like?
hehehe Sorry forgot here is the info

Its a Hobbit Wood Stove

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12" Wide
14" Deep
18" Tall

Weight: 100 lbs.

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and here it is in action. It only 24 seconds lol:

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Wonder if this affects your insurance any... Probably increases your fire hazard...

I bet this unit is going to get real hot around your plywood also since it will be sitting inside a cubical... Even with the table top removed...


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