dcrane wrote:http://www.mazzeosinc.com/57396/Jotul-Wood-Burning-Stove-Parts.html (worth a call to see if they have any 466 parts left over).
60,000 BTU (but the reality is its 40,000 BTU)
these older model's generally need to be re-sealed (don't be mesmerized by the pretty enameling... whats the condition of the stove underneath that candy wrapper?)
She's in very good shape gaskets are close to perfect hopper shows close to no wear (even came will the orig tool set with little wear on the poker). The only issue is the bottom grates have a few cracks in them I will weld them soon but would like to get some spares as they will get worse. It was a Craigslist find the seller had it for years and used wood every now and again in it He got it from a relative who did use it for coal but not often it seems.
I do have a question about its running temp though so far I have the hopper on its lowest setting and with the thermometer on the top of the stove ive been running between 300-400 how hot can I run this safely without melting the hopper and grates? Also the user manual says to run pea size on the smaller hopper setting and nut on the taller. However I had the feeling I may want to raise the hopper and still burn pea size. My other surdiac gotha 513 I ran in the taller spot mid winter and lower for the rest. Any reason I should not raise the hopper?
I see you have a crane cooker too very nice heavy duty little stove I have one at the camp and love it.