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Old 01-13-2014, 02:54 PM   #421
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Old 01-13-2014, 03:04 PM   #422
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I'm in awe. I just want a patio in my backyard that I can put my cookers on.
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Yes. You can buy a several foot tall section for a couple dollars.
Oh i mean i will have to fabricate the transition/ connection to the flue that i would buy. thanks
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Old 01-13-2014, 03:57 PM   #424
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You can fabricate, but you can also buy all sorts of stove pipe adapters, elbows, reducers, etc. to make that transition.
I ordered all my stove pipe goodies from North Line Express.
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Old 01-13-2014, 04:22 PM   #425
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Yes, that. ^^^
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You can fabricate, but you can also buy all sorts of stove pipe adapters, elbows, reducers, etc. to make that transition.
I ordered all my stove pipe goodies from North Line Express.

Thanks for the link, looks nice. Basically i need to install something that mounts to the rectangular chimney (pleas see photo) then turns into a flue, i will search for that, but me thinks it would be a custom thing?
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You need to determine the correct stove pipe diameter to your oven size for starters. Then it's a matter of finding a suitable rectangular-to-round adapter/mount that you can anchor onto the chimney and cover/finish with mortar or whatever. I'm sure they're out there. Good luck, your whole project is looking so good!
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You need to determine the correct stove pipe diameter to your oven size for starters. Then it's a matter of finding a suitable rectangular-to-round adapter/mount that you can anchor onto the chimney and cover/finish with mortar or whatever. I'm sure they're out there. Good luck, your whole project is looking so good!

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Old 01-13-2014, 07:18 PM   #429
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I did a quick Google search, and found this:


http://www.fireplacemall.com/Chimney...stainless.html



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I did a quick Google search, and found this:


http://www.fireplacemall.com/Chimney...stainless.html




Thanks Bob, but that wont work in my application, as my chimney opening is also larger that that, with that unit it connects to a already existing flue, however i dont have a flue, my chimney is just brick. So i will need a larger plate which connects to a chimney. Im sure ill find something. Thank you for your contribution.
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No worries, just putting some ideas out there.
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No worries, just putting some ideas out there.

I appreciate it.
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I'm new to the Brethren, and things like these are the reason why I registered. What an amazing build, congrats.
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Thanks alot guys.
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