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Old November 28th, 2012, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default large wood burner+piping+firewood F/S or trade

Looking for a oil furnace or LP furnace for my shop.
I have my wood burner new stove piping and large
load of seasoned firewood $150.00 price drop $125.00 now 12/17 price drop to $100.00
for the wood and get the burner free
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Old November 28th, 2012, 05:42 AM   #2
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do you load that thing from the top?what keeps the smoke in?
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Old November 28th, 2012, 07:47 AM   #3
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yes it's a top loader I kept the fire to the rear and never had any smoke issues in my shop. this thing is a heat monster. I have grating inside for the wood to sit on and has a front draft plug that works great. this was made from a water heater tank and will last for a long time. I have heated my shop Which was 30X45 with 10 foot cealing 65 to 70 when it was 0 out side.
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too bad u re far away
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if you have a good working oil furnace mite be worth my trip
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price drop $125.00
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bump price drop to $100 for the wood and get the burner and pipe free
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How much wood do you have? What do you mean by large load?
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If I was to guess my stack is 6foot wide and 5foot high 2 1/2 rows deep sure it would fill a truck bed
mix of cherry and apple and pear cut split
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