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I have a 200 s.f. wood shed I built and an outfitter tent stove (tent) and would like to use it in my shed when I am not hunting. Can you recommend an appropriate venting system? The outfitter tent has a top mount exhaust/vent and would like to find ou
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:44 PM

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I will be happy to quote the needed parts for your stove installation. I was able to find information for this stove online, but it looks like they are made with both a 5 inch and 6 inch flue collar. May I have you confirm the size that you have? Also, what is the distance from the top of the stove to where the pipe will penetrate the roof? How thick is the roof material and what type of roofing does the shed have? Lastly, what is the pitch of the shed roof and how close to the peak will the pipe be?

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I have a 200 s.f. wood shed I built and an outfitter tent stove (tent) and would like to use it in my shed when I am not hunting. Can you recommend an appropriate venting system? The outfitter tent has a top mount exhaust/vent and would like to find out what type of venting materials I would need to install a "vent" chimney through my roof. I understand that this setup will require me to disconnect the outfitter tent stove from my shed chimney, when I need it to go hunting/in my tent. The key is safety, I do not want to burn down my shed!

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