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Old 07-23-2019, 06:21 PM
MLawrence MLawrence is offline
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Default Wood Stove

I bought this stove for $150. Anybody have any ideas on having a chimney made?
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Old 07-24-2019, 06:47 PM
GTurner GTurner is offline
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For indoor or outdoor use?
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Old 07-24-2019, 07:27 PM
MLawrence MLawrence is offline
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Outdoor under covered deck.
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Old 10-11-2019, 09:22 PM
JRCaron JRCaron is offline
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Originally Posted by MLawrence View Post
Outdoor under covered deck.

I’ve been using a Glenwood 1886 for around 20 years, it’s at camp.

Any rural country hardware store or stove shop should have the parts to make a chimney and fit to stove box.
Or even Lehman’s mail or web.

It looks oval?

Suggest you stick a bright lamp in the box, go dark , and examine for cracks. Light will hopefully shine through any breaks.

Don’t know if this had firebricks in it, picture quality on iPhone not the greatest.
Maybe later when on pc tomorrow.

Stove was marketed under both names pictured, hauled one off to stove dealer, with my round oak neither of which I wanted to use again.

Glenwood heckya but, needed a Lopi for rest of camp.

Questions ask old wood burner, but new here.
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Old 10-12-2019, 04:01 AM
Greg Brunett Greg Brunett is offline
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Most likely a 7" oval. Most hardware stores sell 7"oval stove pipe adapters that will get you from that oval to a round pipe. that shape of port was really common on older stoves. It took less room for an oval than a circle did. Nice stove. Thats the style I was looking for when I settled and bought the one I did.
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