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    Senior Member bonsaihiker's Avatar
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    Cool...very cool.

    er...I mean...warm...very warm.

    Thanks for taking us along. Very nice setup.
    --Scott <><

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    Stove Materials

    Smokehouse
    Very nice stove. Did you model it after the TiGoat? I am making a new design and would almost kill to find the material for the pipe that rolls like that. It looks eerily like the ones sold by TiGoat. Can you share where to buy the pipe metal? Pleeeeese?
    Also, do you have the design specs for your "smokehouse"? That is probably the coolest (warmest?) shelter out there!

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    The Ti Goat uses .005" thk and 12" wide to make a 3" pipe. It's available at titaniumgoat.com as is the rest of the parts for the stack. You may also want to check onlinemetals. They may have it cheaper. It appears that once you "burn the pipe in", it will take that "measuring tape" shape allowing it to pop into place like in the OP's video.
    I've been doing a little research as I would like to make one at the machine shop. Ti Goat want's a wee bit too much cash for my budget.
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    Nice setup - enjoyed the videos!

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    WoW

    I have not finished both videos yet but Just had to comment:

    That is the most awesome . . . ingenious,

    Stove pipe I have ever seen . . .

    THANK YOU

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    messed up
    will try again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverlion View Post
    I found a few stoves here http://www.titaniumgoat.com/stoves.html but they are expensive..
    This is where I bought this stove,,, small. Had to save and save and save…

    Quote Originally Posted by MrTiles View Post
    Smokehouse says "awesome" a lot which is awesome. Awesome vids btw
    awesome....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    My wife wants one.

    Hopefully she'll forget about it soon enough. It's a marvelous design, but I know who would have to carry it.

    Great videos BTW.
    Thankee,,, I really think u should get her one… its not that heavy.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeBait View Post
    Having had the pleasure of seeing the smokehouse in person, let me tell you it is one sweet set up. SmokeHouse and Zac are great to hike with and they always pick some great trails. Hope to see you guys again this spring.

    How did the Winter Yeti + 2 oz of down work out?
    Thankee SB,,, yeti worked well… so does this mean I can add u to the Ozark Hang???

    Quote Originally Posted by tbone View Post
    "Awesome" video thanks for posting. I really like the look of the woods there, I spent some time at Camp Robinson in Arkansas and always thought how similar the woods were to PA woods.
    Thankee,

    Quote Originally Posted by whayneneal View Post
    That set up is sweet, SmokeBait! The Quachita is an "awesome" trail. Having to carry a lot of water on some of the ridges would be my only complaint. Makes for a long 225 miles. I haven't been down that way in awhile, I may have to plan a trip soon.
    Yelp,,, water is hard to find in some places…

    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Bear View Post
    I enjoyed your trip report. Looking forward to March in the Qzarks.
    Thkee,,, can’t wait for the hanging…

    Quote Originally Posted by wisenber View Post
    That looked like a great little trip, and that stove is "awesome".
    Thankee

    Quote Originally Posted by bonsaihiker View Post
    Cool...very cool.

    er...I mean...warm...very warm.

    Thanks for taking us along. Very nice setup.
    Thankee,,, it is warm while the burning last……

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Poet View Post
    Smokehouse
    Very nice stove. Did you model it after the TiGoat? I am making a new design and would almost kill to find the material for the pipe that rolls like that. It looks eerily like the ones sold by TiGoat. Can you share where to buy the pipe metal? Pleeeeese?
    Also, do you have the design specs for your "smokehouse"? That is probably the coolest (warmest?) shelter out there!
    Poet,,, I bought this stove from TI goat,,, I made the shelter… I also was going to build one like theirs, but Titanium is hard to find around here…

    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowAlpha View Post
    Nice setup - enjoyed the videos!
    Thankee

    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    I have not finished both videos yet but Just had to comment:
    That is the most awesome . . . ingenious,
    Stove pipe I have ever seen . . .
    Tigoat and Kifaru.net both have stoves with the role pipe… I went with TIGoat because it was a Titanium stove and pipe (lighter) and it had a damper to control the fire better.

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    Smokehouse, I am so impressed with that little wood burning stove. Excuse me for being ignorant, but i have never seen it before. I assume you built it. Do you sell them or have plans for others to build one? Do you stoke it real good before you bed down to keep that 65* inside for awhile?

    Great trip report! I am still blowen away by that stove.

    Tbull

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbull55 View Post
    Smokehouse, I am so impressed with that little wood burning stove. Excuse me for being ignorant, but i have never seen it before. I assume you built it. Do you sell them or have plans for others to build one? Do you stoke it real good before you bed down to keep that 65* inside for awhile?

    Great trip report! I am still blowen away by that stove.

    Tbull
    Tbull

    Smokehouse mentioned that he got his stoves here. The small one is the one he has.

    http://www.titaniumgoat.com/stoves.html

    Cheers

    Brian

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    Love these videos! Looks like you guys had FUN!

    Thanks for the great explanation of the stove, too! I've been in the market for one and this helps with some of the set-up questions I had.

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