My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: wsherrick On: Mon Aug 27, 2012 1:35 am

SteveZee wrote:Need to make me an ashpan for this baby. I had this one but it's a bit too small. The width is right but it needs to be about 4 inches longer. Anybody with a #6 baseheater or a MO116 let me know the dimensions and a pix if you have one. Thanks.


Sorry Steve!! I forgot to give you the measurements of my ash pan. It is just the right size, it catches all of the ashes. I try and have it by later today.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:28 am

wsherrick wrote:
SteveZee wrote:Need to make me an ashpan for this baby. I had this one but it's a bit too small. The width is right but it needs to be about 4 inches longer. Anybody with a #6 baseheater or a MO116 let me know the dimensions and a pix if you have one. Thanks.


Sorry Steve!! I forgot to give you the measurements of my ash pan. It is just the right size, it catches all of the ashes. I try and have it by later today.


No worries, Thanks William, I figured you were probably working allot of hours. Whenever you get the chance let me know those dimensions and if you get the chance take a quick pix for me to copy.
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Hand Fed Coal Stove: Glenwood Modern Oak 116 & Glenwood 208 C Range

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: nortcan On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:18 pm

Steve while your waiting for the measures, it could be possible to make a cardboard extension to your actual ash pan, long enough to touch the rear part of the ash pit. That will give you a very good idea about the best size for your particular stove. Just a suggestion not an obligation :lol:
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: wsherrick On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:24 pm

The dimensions of the ashpan are: 14,3/16 inches wide, X 16,1/4 inches long, and 3,1/2 inches deep. Photo to follow.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:44 pm

nortcan wrote:Steve while your waiting for the measures, it could be possible to make a cardboard extension to your actual ash pan, long enough to touch the rear part of the ash pit. That will give you a very good idea about the best size for your particular stove. Just a suggestion not an obligation :lol:


Ha,ha,ha, Yep good idea Pierre. The one I have is not the correct one. It has sloping sides and chain and probably was made for a cookstove. I'm sure you can guess who sold it too me and said it would fit just right. ;) Should have measured first before I went there.
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Hand Fed Coal Stove: Glenwood Modern Oak 116 & Glenwood 208 C Range

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: nortcan On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 7:52 pm

SteveZee wrote:
nortcan wrote:Steve while your waiting for the measures, it could be possible to make a cardboard extension to your actual ash pan, long enough to touch the rear part of the ash pit. That will give you a very good idea about the best size for your particular stove. Just a suggestion not an obligation :lol:


Ha,ha,ha, Yep good idea Pierre. The one I have is not the correct one. It has sloping sides and chain and probably was made for a cookstove. I'm sure you can guess who sold it too me and said it would fit just right. ;) Should have measured first before I went there.


Yes Steve I reconised the ""toilet"" chain :roll: . But in fact the sloping sides should be considered as a good point, easier to reach the widest sides at the ash pit top and easier to manipulate with a smaller base.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: wsherrick On: Tue Aug 28, 2012 9:38 pm

Here are two pictures of the ashpan for the Glenwood No. 6.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:52 am

Thanks a bunch William. That's what I'm talking about for an ashpan!
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:00 am

nortcan wrote:
SteveZee wrote:
nortcan wrote:Steve while your waiting for the measures, it could be possible to make a cardboard extension to your actual ash pan, long enough to touch the rear part of the ash pit. That will give you a very good idea about the best size for your particular stove. Just a suggestion not an obligation :lol:


Ha,ha,ha, Yep good idea Pierre. The one I have is not the correct one. It has sloping sides and chain and probably was made for a cookstove. I'm sure you can guess who sold it too me and said it would fit just right. ;) Should have measured first before I went there.


Yes Steve I reconised the ""toilet"" chain :roll: . But in fact the sloping sides should be considered as a good point, easier to reach the widest sides at the ash pit top and easier to manipulate with a smaller base.



Agree Pierre. The T-Chain :lol: isn't a prob but a folding handle like the cookstove or William's would be better and a small pull on the front maybe too. Might try and make it up myself or have to find a sheetmetal shop? The sloping sides are a good thing. Little extra reach. The bottom of the ashpit has "raised rails" for the bottom of the ashpan to fit. The one I have does that, but it's a good 4" too short! :mad:
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Hand Fed Coal Stove: Glenwood Modern Oak 116 & Glenwood 208 C Range

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: wsherrick On: Wed Aug 29, 2012 6:06 pm

The old fashioned term for the handle is, "bail." You've heard of a, "bail bucket."
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:31 pm

wsherrick wrote:The old fashioned term for the handle is, "bail." You've heard of a, "bail bucket."


Oh yeah, I have heard that term used. I like the folding one on yours. My cookstove has an L shaped bail that is attached through the middle of the top and bottom and folds down versus on the sides like yours. Yours is really like a bail bucket handle.
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Hand Fed Coal Stove: Glenwood Modern Oak 116 & Glenwood 208 C Range

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: wsherrick On: Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:58 pm

SteveZee wrote:
wsherrick wrote:The old fashioned term for the handle is, "bail." You've heard of a, "bail bucket."


Oh yeah, I have heard that term used. I like the folding one on yours. My cookstove has an L shaped bail that is attached through the middle of the top and bottom and folds down versus on the sides like yours. Yours is really like a bail bucket handle.


The way it is set up on my ash pan comes in handy.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: echos67 On: Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:06 pm

Steve,
That Glenwood looks Great, really nice job on the restoration. Who did the nickel, sorry if you listed it and I missed it.

I am looking forward to hearing what you think after the temps drop enough to warrant pouring the coal to it. The flexibility of the temperature ranges these stoves can achieve is mind blowing.

12+ hour burn times should be easily obtained with that 16" fire pot.
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Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: SteveZee On: Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:17 am

Hi Keith,

Hope you had a great summer!
Yep I am looking forward to lighting Su up. (Kim says it looks like Sumo thus the "boy named Su" moniker) ;) . It's close to the same top half of the stove as your #6 with a divided back pipe instead of the double base heat option, so I'm hoping to get relatively close to the same type performance from it.
The nickel was done by whomever Bryant's Stove shop in Thorndike, Me uses. Couldn't get the name out of them. ;) I can't recall the exact price but I want to say around $300 or so was what i paid for the finial, the top and bottom skirt pieces and the loading door handle. I've seen a few that have the primary vents and ashpit for latch done too but I like it this way and didn't want to remove the vents as I had already gotten them perfectly sprung and tight. They did a really nice job though and it has that yellowish warm nickel tone to it. Sometimes/some shops, it just looks like chrome and bluish which I'm not crazy about, but these guys get it right.
Won't be long now my friend and we'll be cranking them up. Just got my coal delivered yesterday.
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Hand Fed Coal Stove: Glenwood Modern Oak 116 & Glenwood 208 C Range

Re: My "new" Glenwood Modern Oak 116

PostBy: echos67 On: Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:44 pm

That's great, I wish they gave you the name of who they sent it off too though. Maybe I will give Bryant's a call and see if they will send mine off for a renickle job. I like you, find the yellowish nickel coating much warmer then the cold of chrome. $300 seems very reasonable to me.

Your far ahead of me, I haven't gotten my coal yet, I haven't refurbished my no 6 yet and I didn't get a spot made to bring it upstairs. :? My summer consisted of sweating, hottest summer here in 56 years and the humidity was terrible. I hate summer, I did manage to get a few things completed though,I got the house completely repainted. It has ceadr siding and personally i would have left the cedar natural but the previous owners painted it. I switched out the oil fired boiler for a gas fired boiler, and had neck surgery that kept me down for 30 days.

Now that I have a couple projects finished up I am going to start on the stove this week. I better get ahold of Emory or Brandon and get some of that good fire pot liner ordered, I have several tubes of the Williams polish and my pieces of mica on hand so I'm good there.
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