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  1. #1
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    Default Wood Stove Project

    Just started this on my spare time trying it out tonight!
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  2. #2
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    Looks nice!

    Just be real careful...insurance companies are notorious for denying fire claims with homemade, non code-compliant and uninspected woodstoves.

  3. #3
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    Looks pretty good. Did it melt that white crap under it while you had it fired up? Are you going to use it in your shop or where? Now you can make a wood rack to hold the firewood for it.
    Haven't seen anything from you on here for awhile. Check out the steps I built on here.

  4. #4
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    Default Wood Stove Project

    It did, the heat control is awesome! It burned all night long and was still hot this morning. I'm going to put it in my shop. I had a switch in jobs... For the better, so now I have a lot more flexibility. Your steps look great!!!

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    Very nice and usefull heater. Should do a good job.

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    Default Wood Stove Project

    Heats up the shop great!

  7. #7
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    Cool wood burning stove

    Great job I like it is there a catalytic unit inside? or just a shell?
    I build fire pits as a side job and would like to come up with a better design to make wood last longer. .J ust a welder not an engineer

  8. #8
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    Default Wood Stove Project

    Yes there is I made my own baffles in the top and the sides. Wood was still smoldering in there this morning from last night.

  9. #9
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    Have you started on the wood rack to go with it, yet? Ya know yer gonna need a place to stack that stuff don't ya? After that you can build yer own log splitter, lots of plans on here how to do it.

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    Default Wood Stove Project

    I think I'm going to make a wood rack soon, just trying to find one I like.

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