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Old 02-16-2011, 01:35 PM   #1
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Cast Iron Marine Wood Stove

Ran across this link on an RV site. They are made for small spaces. So I thought someone might find it helpful. They are cute as all get out and some are TINY ("Sardine" is 12X12X11 inches).

http://www.marinestove.com/
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I found that a while back... Really nice stoves, but way to rich for my blood...
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Old 02-17-2011, 07:06 AM   #3
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Aye, love them, would love to have one, but the prices on them *gasp*
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wow even a diesel/bio diesel stove! too bad the gf says no to anything wood or burning inside the trailer..
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I considered them but the cost and the need for a bit more heat has driven em to a smaller wood stove without the oven. I just wish there was a good small option for cooking and heating that was not so darn large or so small and expensive that it becomes not practical. I like Smitty's idea of building what you need but the tools necessary for a fab like that is a bit beyond my grasp. Has anyone found a decent small stove out there? Or design to build a stove?
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Old 02-17-2011, 12:08 PM   #6
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Ah yes the $$$ problem. If we could all just win some of those lotteries.......

Once upon a time, they used to make stuff in a wider range. Now it seems there are some "small" things but mostly it's "how big can you make it". Every one wants bigger.
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I found this stove and oven option what do you all think? It has an outside air port for cold air intake something I have been looking for. Opinions?

http://www.stockstorage.com/grover_oven.html
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If you read closely, it seems that you only get the top part for $110... You have to buy the bottom part seperate for $215...

I paid $99 w/ shipping for mine off e-bay... It's not top notch, but I'll only be using it a few times a year...

Here's a link...

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that army stove looks awesome! if it was summer id probably get one.
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Fleet and Farm in Wisconsin has one very similar to that Jotul for under $200. Doesn't have the pretty window though.
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