My anthracite pea fire is burning at 440*F at the top of the barrel and 260*F about 18" up the flue pipe.
The temp half way down the indirect back pipe is 125*F and 100*F at the lowest part of the back pipe.
Today at my friend's fabricating shop we made a baffle for the indirect back pipe. I think with a small amount of fitting the Glenwood # 116 Modern Oak will be heating in indirect mode.
I still need to hang the 5" flue damper on the baffle and modify the damper hinge pin.... I wish the fire was not burning as well as it is but I have to let it go out to fit the new baffle.
After the stove is heating in indirect mode I will take new temp readings........
The baffle is 26.5" by 8" by 1/4" flat stock, and a cast iron 5" damper plate.