Crock Chimney Reducer

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adp182
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Post Mon. Oct. 29, 2007 11:39 pm

New to group. Have been burning nut coal for about 30 yrs in a Warm Morning Heater.
Dose anyone know if crock reducers are still made?(reduces size of hole in chimney where the smoke pipe from stove goes into chimney). Have one in now but it has a crack in it. Need one that reduces from a 7 inch to 6 inch hole.
Also where can one be purchased if still produced.

Thank you.

chet
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Post Tue. Oct. 30, 2007 6:03 am

adp182 wrote:New to group. Have been burning nut coal for about 30 yrs in a Warm Morning Heater.
Dose anyone know if crock reducers are still made?(reduces size of hole in chimney where the smoke pipe from stove goes into chimney). Have one in now but it has a crack in it. Need one that reduces from a 7 inch to 6 inch hole.
Also where can one be purchased if still produced.

Thank you.
Yes I just bought the same size you were looking for. they seem to be readily available in most Hardware stores

Chet

adp182
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Post Tue. Oct. 30, 2007 10:26 pm

Thanks. Checked the big stores but did not find any. Will check some local small ones in the area.

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Post Tue. Oct. 30, 2007 11:27 pm

I don't even bother with big chain stores for plumbing, there's regular plumbing palce across the river. Never failed yet to have what I need. It's of those rare deals where the big chain is not the best place to go.

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Post Wed. Oct. 31, 2007 9:08 am

Commercial dealers usually have a higher grade product than the box stores too.

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