Hitzer Model 82 UL Questions

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Fire375
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Post Mon. Jan. 19, 2009 9:55 pm

Just wondering if the model 50-93 or 30-95 hopper fed would work better for you since the flue does exit out the back of the unit, and they are not as tall as the 82. Just a thought.

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PC 12-47E
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Post Tue. Jan. 20, 2009 8:24 am

Fire375 wrote:Just wondering if the model 50-93 or 30-95 hopper fed would work better for you since the flue does exit out the back of the unit, and they are not as tall as the 82. Just a thought.
Hi Fire375, The 30-95, 50-93, or the 983 would be easier in this location. My Hitzer dealer does not stock many stoves. I would realy like to see all the Models in one location.
The price for the model 82 ul the dealer gave me was $1399. plus a $110. store credit = $1289.

Fire375, you have lots of good info on Hitzer stoves. How did you get a Hitzer Stoker prototype?

Thanks, RS

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Fire375
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Post Wed. Jan. 21, 2009 9:15 pm

I am sure seeing them in person would be more beneficial but the website does have some pictures on it.

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Post Wed. Jan. 21, 2009 9:51 pm

PC-12 I have a Hitzer 503, heats our entire home down to 10-15F, then we use gas. It is similar the 983 but has two grates and a gravity "stoker" --- actually a simple chute but makes filling quite simple. If you would like a photo - send an EMAIL. baldeagle

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