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Home made, wood burning Tent Stoves

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gary murray View Drop Down
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    Posted: 11 June 2010 at 08:05
A few years back i posted a link with instructions on how to make a wood burning stove for your tent or garage. I just made two more and these things work great. I just need to add the stove pipe inserts and i'll be good to go. The first one i made a few years ago was okay considering it was my first attempt and then my friend wanted me to build him one the other day. Well, his turned out really good and better than mine  so i just had to make myself another one. Here's the pics and the link if anyone is interested. The biggest tools you will need are a jig saw and a drill. I just use an old tire  rim for my base.


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That looks good gary. Just dont forget to build a good hot fire in it outside to burn the paint off of the stove. Might not be too good inside a tent.

That door latch looks like it might double as a church key if you need to open a Carona or some Canadian beer that needs an opener.


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