gstephenson wrote:Hi, new user here.
I have what appears to be the same stove only #116 rather than #16. It's a bit plainer and also with no trace of chrome. I have a similar issue with one of the long grates burned in two. The others seem fine from what I can tell. Otherwise the stove is complete and I do want to get it up and burning for this coming season. So... did anyone connect with a source for grates for this stove? If worse comes to worse, I have the means to make a pattern for one but will have to find the time. Thoughts?
Thanks for any help.
Try sending a pm to member Wilson Mull, his screen name is "wilsons woodstoves". Or, call him at, 508-763-8941. He's been restoring antique stoves for 30 years and has a lot of parts stockpiled.
Many of these old oak stoves were copied by the competition. Sometimes the grate bars from one make of stove will interchange with another make. He might have grates for that stove, or ones that interchange.