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LsFarm wrote:Steve, can you resurect a photo or two of the back pipe diverter/heater and post it ??
Yep it's got a back pipe Greg. PMessage he described the back pipe on the stove.
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I don't have a pic but the back pipe came to the top of the stove almost as it was 1 piece with the stove and oval shape
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jkabdoors wrote:I don't have a pic but the back pipe came to the top of the stove almost as it was 1 piece with the stove and oval shape
If it were me, I would have that stoker up for sale in no time flat. Get the stove and look at it for awhile and keep reading here about how these stoves work. You have an extremely high quality oak stove. The indirect back pipe makes it very, very efficient to burn coal in. In fact, that's why the back pipe is there.