I am probably going to relocate my Mark1 next season. It would fit best in it's new home if I took the legs off of it. Anyone do this? If I take the legs off I guess I must plug the bolt holes somehow otherwise no more airtight stove..
Unbolt the legs, put the bolt back in the same way(bolt head down)so the head acts as a foot and if you need to use some caulk 'Seal It Right' from Rutland. 8o0* latex black non-adheasive, great stuff!
If any of you guys want to get rid of your bolt-on stove legs, let me know (PM me). I'm contemplating modifying my stove to have a larger ash pan, which probably means I'll lose my legs, as they are part of the stove.