Converting From Corn to Coal Advice

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Doc Dt
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Stove/Furnace Make: Keystoker
Stove/Furnace Model: Koker
Location: Dorset ,Oh

Post Fri. May. 30, 2008 8:41 pm

I've been checking out this forum for a couple months. Found a lot of good info on here for going from corn to coal. I've decided on Alaska 140 or a Keystoker koker model. Can any one out there direct me which one I should go with? I've read in this forum that both models are a good deal and I would like someone to point me in one direction or the other. I'm going to put the stove as an add-on to my oil furnace in the basement which I don't use, because of my corn stove in the dining room in the middle of the house. Guess I'm just asking the ease of installation as an add-on, double burner Alaska or single Koker?Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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