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    Posted: 13 June 2010 at 09:44
Well here's the finished product of the stove i've been working on. I put the stove insert more to the outside this time because the last one i made, i put it in the middle and the fire didn't last as long and the heat just went straight up and out.
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looks great.  professional quality.  should last a lifetime.  even has abull moose. i assume even the top is removable for cleaning.
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Originally posted by BEAR BEAR wrote:

looks great.  professional quality.  should last a lifetime.  even has abull moose. i assume even the top is removable for cleaning.

Thanx Bear. Someone at the foundry where i work made a few of those moose and deer plates so i thought it would add a nice touch. The first stove i made got all rusty because i was too lazy to paint it but they do give off the heat really nice. There's a bolt that holds the ring on tight. I just loosen it and the lid pops right off.

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looks great,  toooo heavy for my eastern backpacking,  great heavy camp stove

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Gary, Do you put a damper in your next section of pipe? RD
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Originally posted by Rockydog Rockydog wrote:

Gary, Do you put a damper in your next section of pipe? RD

I did have a damper in my old one but i inserted it in the small piece attached to the stove like in the pic which didn't work too good. I will put a damper in this one but a little further away from the stove itself.

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