The new grates for my Glenwood Modern Oak Mod 118 arrived this morning.
After 5 years of looking and calling stove restoration shops, two members here, Dennis (dhansen), and Randy (Photog200), put me on to the Bryant Stove shop in Maine (duh, the one place I didn't call). They had recast grates for the 116 and the 118.
Donna warned me that these are cast from an original set, not a pattern that is compensated for casting shrinkage. Cast iron is supposed to shrink about 1/8 to the foot. I was pleasantly surprised to only find a loss of 1/16 inch in just over 20 inches. There's more than enough length clearance designed into the grate bars and rack to allow for even more casting shrinkage of the grates then that.
And my original gears fit nice and snug, with the locating ramp-tabs so the gears don't get put on backwards, or out of sync with the next grate bar.
Plus, they found the original handles I needed.
The ash door lever on mine was broken with the inner latch piece missing, so I didn't know what it should look like to duplicate. And for some reason the loading door lift handle was completely missing ,with a just long bolt in it's place to act as a handle.
Now, all I need is a couple of days of warm spell to warm up my sandblasting garage, so I can finish the rest of the parts.