I did a search for make and model of stove since I had never heard of it. However, I couldn't find any owners manuals to download.
If the wood to coal conversion parts are available and the cost is something you can live with, then I'd say give it a try. But...
Have you used the stove as a wood stove yet?? Good hardwood is pretty easy to find in Michigan, lots of dead ash and elms. Plenty of hard maple and Oak too. Coal however is very difficult to find and expensive in Michigan, depending on where in Michigan you are located.
And wood fires are not very finicky to start or keep going, coal can be fussy, just read some of the threads on this forum.
If your current version [wood] uses combustion air through the door and not from under the grate, then you would have to do a conversion to get coal to burn. If the combustion air comes up from under the grate, then you may be able to find and try a bag or two of coal first before you decide to spend the cash to convert.
I wish I could see a line drawing of the stove, combustion chamber and ash pan/box. The I could tell you if it could burn coal as is. Most grates to my knowledge are not ceramic coated, if they are cast iron they will last a long time.
I use an old MBW wood/coal boiler located in an outbuilding and pipe the hot water into the house. The boiler uses a combustion blower in the ash pan box to blow air up through the grates from underneath. Works good for both wood and coal. My grates are not ceramic coated.
But finding good coal is VERY difficult, wood is easy. If you know a good source for coal in Michigan, let us know.
Where in Michigan are you?? can you post a link to the manuals so we can look at them?
Hope this helps LsFarm