Need help identifying wood burning stove

Old 10-06-16, 11:21 AM
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Need help identifying wood burning stove

I recently purchased a gothic arch cabin in Utah. A tree fell near the home and destroyed the chimney pipe and the prior owner sold the wood burning stove prior to selling. I am trying to find a replacement stove, but I am having an issue finding something that can utilize the existing hole in the wall at 29" center. I am hoping someone can help me identify the stove in the attached picture, which was taken prior to the stove being sold.

I am also looking for possible recommendations for a wood burning stove with a rear vent at 29" center. I've included a couple of additional pictures for context. Everything locally is either top vent or much too short to utilize the 29" hole.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration!
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Have you been to the different stores that sell wood stoves to see what they have. I would think most stoves that exhaust out the back can be made to work. I just measured my King stove and the top of the exhaust is about 29" off of the floor. There are pipes that can be rotated to go up or down a little.
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I would be a LOT more concerned about finding the right stove than matching a stove to the existing hole.

For openers, I'd consider very carefully whether to have wood, gas or something else as a fuel.

To be a happy wood stove user, you really need to be a fire buff and ready to do a lot of work which wood burning requires. Also, if you have a wife she should be a fire buff who wants to do a lot of work and have a messy and dirty appliance in the middle of your great room into the bargain!

I'm a fire buff and I've been happy with my wood stove for thirty years ----and have no wife. (good combination!).

But consider VERY CAREFULLY if wood is for you.

The take you pictures and measurements around to the stove shops in your area and get their suggestions and comments. You can learn a lot picking their brains and finding what equipment they have available.

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