Has anyone done this? I bought a 300,000 btu wood burning outdoor stove about 6 years ago. It works fine and I burn lump coal or if I can't find it, pea coal.
However, a stoker is a heck of a lot easier to use, cheap, and cutting 10-12 cords of wood per year gets old. I have seen pictures of EFM stokers and it looks like I could cut a hole in the sides of the wood stove and run the auger and burner inside. This should do the same job as the wood or coal I'm using now. Let me know if anyone has tried this. My stove is a Sequoya. It has fire brick. It usually heats to 180 degrees.