Yep I sure would too (keep running). They came both ways, as a direct draft and indirect so no worries. I'd keep a look out for the baffle or at least one to copy from. I would have thought the 114 would have worked? Emery knows a heck of a lot more than me though! Hopefully he can cast you one. I think the differance (as far as I can tell with my Herald) is the stove runs hotter direct, with a bit higher stack temp. When I close that damper, it settles back about 50 degrees and will burn a good bit longer with lower stack temp.
The Glenwood does a better job heating and is using less coal than the Gibraltar.wsherrick wrote:
Seeing is believing. I could have told you that the Glenwood would easily outdo the Gibralter. If the Glenwood's seams and doors are as they should be, the Glenwood can produce much more heat for less coal. Even as a direct draft stove they are better. The upright design is simply more efficient for burning coal than other types. Most people think the pretty skirt is a needless piece of decoration. You can truly feel a noticable improvement in the stove's ability to warm the air around it because of the skirt.
Ashburnham55 sent all the indirect back pipe parts to his Glenwood #114 for me to make castings from.
Thank you Ashburnham !!!!
After removing the back pipe from the #116, the baffle plate is about 1 1/2" too short and the width is too narrow by about 3/4". I did make a pattern of #114 parts and a pattern that would work for the #116.
Yesterday I made the trip to the Auburn Stove Foundry to see if a baffle & damper could be cast...But the Foundry was closed.......Next Friday I will try again.