Sorry about the delay and getting back to you. I'll send you a PM to get contact information and make sure someone from the shop contacts you.
You will end up removing the timer, or at least wiring around it. However, you have the option of retaining the overheat switch. There is a cord package that can be bought which will supply what you need to install on a Keystoker stove (many stoves come with motors with cords, hence the optional cord package).
We'll help you through the installation if the instruction booklet doesn't cover what you need. And the folks on the board here are pretty helpful, too.