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I have an old timer stove that has a pipe hole of 8 3/4 inches in the rear of the stove with screw holes to mount maybe a stove pipe vent collar to it? I am not sure if it is called a collar or what? This collar would be used to hook you stove pipe on
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:44 PM

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The part you are referring to is commonly known as a flue collar. Usually, the collar is considered part of the stove and must match the holes drilled into the top of the unit. We do carry some cast iron boots that are designed to mount to the back of a slanted insert, but are not able to be used with a flat top stove without modification. You may be able to locate a generic cast iron flue collar that will work with this stove, but unfortunately, we do not carry such an item.

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I have an old timer stove that has a pipe hole of 8 3/4 inches in the rear of the stove with screw holes to mount maybe a stove pipe vent collar to it? I am not sure if it is called a collar or what? This collar would be used to hook you stove pipe onto your stove. I saw you had in line electric fan collars but this is not what I was looking for. I guess maybe a stove pipe mounting collar ? Need to know what it is called and do you have one that would fit this stove?

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