nortcan wrote:Very nice job Keith. Hope to see tha stove on the job soon.
echos67 wrote:nortcan wrote:Very nice job Keith. Hope to see tha stove on the job soon.
By the way I spoke to Jacque again this last week (Chrome Black Lake), i have my pictures of the Nickel parts ready to send him but i cant find the website so i will have to call him again this week and get an email address.
Steve, Wheres the pictures of the "Sunday Gravy" ?
With your suggestion I will be ordering Stove size coal next, about 3 ton will fit nicely in the bin I think.
Keep me updated on the neighbor thing and don't play it too slow he may send it down the road with someone else
SteveZee wrote:Pierre, for me it seems to work better in several ways. First it does not seem to burn faster like I thought it would, and heat out put seems more than nut to me but the nut I have been using last few years (Blaschack) has been small. The best thing for me is that the Glenwoods with the bar grates work well with it because the pieces don't fall through nearly as much as the nut and when they have burned down to that size they are nearly spent anyways. I do have to poke the middle sometimes to drop the ash but I do that anyways.
echos67 wrote:SteveZee wrote:Keith , Pretty cool. Are those the originals or a spare grate set?
New cast set and you have a return pm Sir !
lobsterman wrote:Congratulations on your No. 6! You will love it! Mine is in its 3rd season in my house (A CL find in some guy's basement), not restored but still looks decent, heats perfectly, and gets lots of compliments. Fabulous control and very efficient, so it seems. How many do we have on the board now?
Northern Maine wrote:Nice unit! How will it be vented?