RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin too

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sudden
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RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin too

Postby sudden » Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:38 pm

Bet they are expensive but if my campers propane furnace dies :roll:

http://www.lesharorv.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1539



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cadyak
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Re: RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin t

Postby cadyak » Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:42 pm

It is beautiful and looks really well built. Quite an investment at 3500$ but I would love to have one. I guess I need to start playing LOTTO. :D

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Re: RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin t

Postby ConnieD » Thu Mar 08, 2012 1:10 am

Maybe you could have a Dickinson Newport?

I have seen the Newport ss Solid Fuel Heater in a number of sailboats.
http://www.twinsrecreation.com/Boat-Woo ... 63764.html

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This link shows additional parts available: http://www.boatownersworld.com/dickinso ... heater.htm
The specifications and manual are here: http://www.dickinsonmarine.com/Support.php

I have a Wilderness Stove I got from Northern Tool. Not as elegant, it does the job.

I would think the small wood stoves for boats are interesting, however.

I have seen the Shipmate on a working fishing boat: http://www.shipmatestove.com/Details.cf ... category=6
The Shipmate has two options for rail and one no rail.

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Here is the Sardine: http://www.marinestove.com/sardineinfo.htm The Little Cod is the two-burner plate model.

Here are installation instructions: http://www.dennisonberwick.info/install ... -sailboat/

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Re: RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin t

Postby zelph » Thu Mar 08, 2012 12:06 pm

Gee, you guys are finding all kinds of nice things to buy.

I have electric heaters in my rv. I use them all the time when in a camp ground during spring and fall. They are wall mount type.

I have 2, two burner marine alcohol stoves that I use 50 percent of the time instead of propane. When I cook 50 percent of the time, I use wood. I'm outside rain or shine. I'm a woody :o

Thanks sudden for the link that was totally informative and with a zillian photos :D
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: RV wood stove company, would be nice for a small cabin t

Postby sudden » Thu Mar 08, 2012 2:46 pm

I couldn't find the price but cadyak did. Way too overpriced for me to think about it. I did like all the copper in that boat setup though.
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