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Thread: I-beam wood stove

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    Re: I-beam wood stove

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    7018 rod is a little more pricey compared to 6011 and 6013. Plus I already have 50# of both and only about 6# of 7018 I'm probably gonna save for fixing tractor implements and such.

    Sucks that there's so much red tape for these things, honestly I feel like it's a well thought out design, no leaks and when you shut the air intake and close the dampener the fire goes out as it should. Maybe I'll just label it as a camp stove? Idk, Indiana isnt as strict on things as California would be I suppose
    Check out 7014's... a little easier to work with than 7018's and they'll be more than adequate for what you are doing. I'm afraid the restrictions up here are similar to what others are saying.... I can't use a heat source without a CSA or ULA sticker/number in an insured building.
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    Re: I-beam wood stove

    Ya, had to replace my cool old stove with a mfg pc of crap. In all fairness I should have fixed it up prior to an inspection, it worked super but was kind of ratty looking.
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