Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove
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Built strong.You bring the lumber... our Stove brings the heat. No cheap parts here, just tough galvanized steel with a high-temperature finish. And the hinged door is an even tougher cast iron with easy-control vent holes. There's no doubt about it, our Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove is built to last. Perfect for camp and more. Keeps coffee and sauce pans hot on top, brings water to a boil and cooks bacon and eggs! Portable, too... the legs detach, the pipes nest and the entire Stove fits inside itself for easy storage and smooth transport. Contents include 5 pipes, detachable legs, assembly hardware, ash rake and fire poker/door opener. Galvanized steel with high-temperature heat-resistant black finish; Five 15.5"l. interlocking stove pipes with 3.375" diameter; Front hinged cast iron door with adjustable air vent; Top platform can be used to keep coffee and sauce pans hot; Pipes nest and entire stove fits inside itself for easy storage and transport; Only for outdoor use with proper ventilation; Fire Box Thickness: 2mm (between 13-14 gauge); Pipe Thickness: 1.8mm; Pipe Diameter: 3.375"; Total Pipe Length: 77.5"; Firebox Dimensions 11.75w. x 16.25d. x 10.75"h.; Door Opening Dimensions: 8" x 10"; Leg Height: 7.5"; Overall Dimensions: 17.75" x 11.75" x 16.25h, 7'10"h. including pipe; Weight: 47 lbs.
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During installation I had to add about 36" of pipe & a couple of 90's in order to go out & up, so I went to the local brick & mortar store & grabbed some of that double wall galvanized gas water heater pipe which fit perfectly. Sure, it'll eventually burn out, but I'll just replace it when it does. Everything was installed and smoking in less than an hour. I also bought one of those little cast iron dampers offered up when you look at the stoves here on Amazon. It seems to help wood consumption & helps keep the heat in the stove a little longer so it has a chance to heat the fire box. It's a well made & heavy little stove. For my use, I can fuel it with the dead limbs that plague my yard after a storm. I'll just break em up in 12-14" pieces and stack 'em up for later us on cooler days. I also had an old piece of small railroad track & a large splitting wedge I placed on top of the stove to collect & radiate a little more heat. I'm sure it helped, but I don't know how much. The little stove does the job I intended it to do regardless.
For my application, this little stove is perfect and I don't regret pulling the trigger on it one bit. Long story short, I couldn't be happier. Hope this helps.
*** if you check out my photos you'll see the double walled pipe I used. You'll also see a sooty spot on the wall by where the pipe is running up. That's from where I used the stove a few days prior to buying the pipe. The pipe I purchased doesn't leak smoke into the room at all. The spot was pre-existing ***