echos67 wrote:Franco, that is a pretty neat stove with the enamel on it. I would be interested in hearing how you like it once you have it set up.
franco b wrote:echos67 wrote:Franco, that is a pretty neat stove with the enamel on it. I would be interested in hearing how you like it once you have it set up.
Will do. I am interested in how the grate works. The center is directly driven by the crank and the grate on either side of center is driven by a gear. Because of necessary clearance in the gears, the side grates move much less than the center if shaken back and forth in a small arc. This may not have been intended however because there is a cast pip on the crank that contacts a raised portion on the body when making a one third turn of the crank. It may have been intended to make that full sweep. Will see when I have it running.
I will make a revue detailing the good and bad.
Tim wrote:well here is my update on how much i LOVE my Antique stove....she is settin here just purrin away on this windy Febuary lake effect day ...bought 6" of snow blowin around and a wind chill in the single digits....guess what!..shop is toasty as i type this AND THE GLENWOOD #30 IS JUST SAYIN HMMMMM..."IT A BIT CHILLY"..guess I better make some heat!......primaries open 1/2 and secondaries at 1/8"back pipe closed and MPD closed..there are just BLUE LADIES DANCING and life is good!..ya cant ask for much more.
ANYONE that hasnt come to the darkside yet NEEDS TOO!...them glowin rocks are sure better than puttin more $ in the Arabs pockets so they can build another indoor ski slope in the middle of the frigin desert !!!....LOL
By the way the shop is settin at 73 degrees..all 48 foot of it..
nortcan wrote:Hi joeq, do you have some photos of your ""antique"" stove? We love photos.
What is the problem with your stove?
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