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I recently acquire a Fisher wood stove, and during the installation I have ran into a problem. The hole at the back of the stove has an inside diameter of 7 7/8 inches, a standard 8 inch pipe will not fit inside the hole regardless of how much cutting o
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:27 PM

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We have adaptors available in single and double wall that may work for you. Our single wall DuraBlack Double-Skirted Adaptor features an interior diameter of 7 5/8. Please view it here: Dura-Black Welded Steel Double-Skirted Stovepipe to Appliance Adaptor - 8-Inch Diameter Our double wall Dura-Vent DVL Adaptor has an inner diameter of 7 1/2". Please check it out here: Dura-Vent DVL 8-Inch Double-Wall Stovepipe to Stove Flue Adaptor - For Wood Burning Stoves

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I recently acquire a Fisher wood stove, and during the installation I have ran into a problem. The hole at the back of the stove has an inside diameter of 7 7/8 inches, a standard 8 inch pipe will not fit inside the hole regardless of how much cutting or bending I do of the pipe. What I need, and I surly hope that you can provide, is either: A strait pipe reducer that will go from 7 7/8 to 8 inched, or an elbow that is 7 7/8 inches on one side and 8 inches on the other, failing that a 8 inch pipe collar that can be tighten down across a small insert I will cut to fit inside the stove's aperture and the 8 pipe on the other end.

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