PP Stewart No 14

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Post Mon. Apr. 24, 2017 6:32 pm

I think it's cool, one thought came to mind is a build up of fly ash below the damper causing an issue. Still worth trying ;)

...oops, I'm in joeq's spot :stfu:
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Post Mon. Apr. 24, 2017 7:11 pm

michaelanthony wrote:I think it's cool, one thought came to mind is a build up of fly ash below the damper causing an issue. Still worth trying ;)

...oops, I'm in joeq's spot :stfu:
That's funny MA :o :D

Especially since it has exactly the same type clean out doors as a 111 !

Good point on ash build up. But on a positive note, maybe it will lessen build up in my horizontal section of pipe.

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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 3:42 pm

Soon :D
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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 4:05 pm

Not even finished yet and it's already got some "drool factor" to it ! It's lookin' good, Scott;)

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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 4:12 pm

Thanks Paul! I'm just waiting for the "base damper" to arrive from the foundry and the finial from Mickey.

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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 4:14 pm

+1

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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 4:41 pm

That Nickel plated boot rail looks good by itself. Can't wait to see "Stew" in all his glory. Cindy is gunna be mighty jealous. :D
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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 6:07 pm

joeq wrote:That Nickel plated boot rail looks good by itself. Can't wait to see "Stew" in all his glory. Cindy is gunna be mighty jealous. :D
Stew,... Cindy ??????

I thought it was "Stan" and "Ollie" ? :?

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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 7:25 pm

Looking good Scott :yes: , I can't wait to see it. I definitely like the damper idea :D .
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Post Thu. Sep. 07, 2017 7:40 pm

Sunny Boy wrote:
joeq wrote:That Nickel plated boot rail looks good by itself. Can't wait to see "Stew" in all his glory. Cindy is gunna be mighty jealous. :D
Stew,... Cindy ??????

I thought it was "Stan" and "Ollie" ? :?

Paul
C'mon Paul, I know you've figured it out. (Stewart, and Cindy "Crawford".) :what:
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Post Fri. Sep. 08, 2017 2:36 pm

joeq wrote:
Sunny Boy wrote:
Stew,... Cindy ??????

I thought it was "Stan" and "Ollie" ? :?

Paul
C'mon Paul, I know you've figured it out. (Stewart, and Cindy "Crawford".) :what:
Joe,

Go back to the first post on page 12, .... enlarge Scott's picture of the two stoves, ..... and tell me that doesn't remind you of Laurel and Hardy - derby hats and all ? :D

Paul
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Post Fri. Sep. 08, 2017 11:30 pm

LOL. Oh yeah, I forgot about that one Paul. You've got quite the imagination. :lol:
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Post Sat. Sep. 09, 2017 7:25 pm

One yuuuge drawback to this stove is the small load door :cry: I'm used to the C40's mega door!! With that stove I'm able to heave stove size right from the bucket. I guess it's back to using a feed scoop from Tractor supply :?

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Post Wed. Sep. 13, 2017 7:01 pm

Got the pot cemented /bolted down and installed the bricks Skip made. Please excuse the black cement, it's all I had on hand. :oops:
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Post Wed. Sep. 13, 2017 7:18 pm

very cool indeed, the tall barrel is going to make this real interesting.

the door is kind of a drag but you may not be putting much in it at a time if the radiant efficiency goes the way we hope.

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