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    Senior Member TOB9595's Avatar
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    I was cozy just lookin at the pics

    Nice!
    Tom

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    Nice setup! I've been interested in these type stove ever since I saw one on the Kifaru site years back.

    I don't see a damper and can't tell if there is a spark arrestor on the flue. If you had these, wouldn't your burn time increase and wouldn't you be comfortable enough to go to sleep with a full load of wood? Either way, it's still a sweet setup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayS View Post
    Nice setup! I've been interested in these type stove ever since I saw one on the Kifaru site years back.

    I don't see a damper and can't tell if there is a spark arrestor on the flue. If you had these, wouldn't your burn time increase and wouldn't you be comfortable enough to go to sleep with a full load of wood? Either way, it's still a sweet setup!
    Thanks all for the great comments.
    JayS... here are a few more pic's where u can see the damper and spark arrestor. The spart arrestor sites ontop of the damper inside the pipe. With a full load 1.5" dia wood and damper closed, the burn time is about 2 hours.
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    Senior Member SmokeHouse's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacEntyre View Post
    Nice rig! If I came across that hut in the woods, I'd steer clear... kinda looks like it's hiding a still!
    ME Your giving away my Secrets ... LOL

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    Sweat set up.

    That would be way cool to bring to the Mt Rogers hang. Hint, hint, hint!!
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    Nice rig. Impressed with your pack weight,,cool
    " The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it."

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    Did you make the shelter yourself then? You used silnylon I'm guessing. I've been thinking of doing something similar but with fire resistant poly ripstop. It's heavier but I think the fire resistance is worth the weight.

    I like the end product a lot though!

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    awesome setup dude!!!! almost exactly like my JRB Winter hut. Just had mine out this last weekend in -20's with lots of snow. sealed up all my vents but had lots of trouble with the stove. Have the same model as you. I was burning willow which is a garbage wood. Lots of moisture content frozen in the wood. Like how you have your clothes-line setup off center.

    Are you going to cut down your chimney pipe ?
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    Very nice set up SmokeHouse. If I had that rig I'd purposely be in the dog hose more than I all ready am. What more does a man need?

    stumo

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    Doctari - Would love to go to Mt Rogers hang,,, funds are limited, wife has 1 more year in school.

    Attrezzo - Yes, DIY and yes, make of silnylon. Wt is 1lb 14oz not counting cord or stakes. The pipe goes up through fiberglass cloth. This is what they use in all the outfitter tents… good stuff.

    Turk - Thanks for the article u did a few years back on these stoves. I was all set to buy a kifaru stove than read ur article. You had detailed and awesome info. -20’s,,, I would love to try that temp in a hammock. The pipe is 7’, I still have my DIY tipi that I bought the stove for and want to use it for a group shelter, so this summer I’m going to buy another pipe about 5’. Not sure which way to go, either TI or SS pipe. The 7’ is TI.

    Stumo - what more does a man need? More gear…

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