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  • Kandiyohi Kid
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    I made one like this for my tepee tent.

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  • quest32a
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    Originally posted by polardds View Post
    Vogelzang makes a few smaller cast iron stoves. The Rancher and the railroad are nice. We use a railroad one to heat a small shop when we need to in the winter. Being able to burn coal or wood is a nice bonus for us as we have a coal seam nearby.
    Yup, and all the local Lowes stores carry them. I think they are around 225 bucks.

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  • polardds
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    Vogelzang makes a few smaller cast iron stoves. The Rancher and the railroad are nice. We use a railroad one to heat a small shop when we need to in the winter. Being able to burn coal or wood is a nice bonus for us as we have a coal seam nearby.

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  • DRIFTER_016
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    Build one out of an old 20# propane tank.

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  • Tolman24
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    I am late to the party but if still looking here is a really small solid fuel stove. It ahs gotten some good reviews but I have not used one. It is a Dickinson Newport solid fuel marine stove. About 350 so kind of pricey. http://tinyhousegear.com/dickinson-m...d-fuel-heater/

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  • Yukoner
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    Do you guys have "hippy killers" over there? They retail for about $100 or so. Small, light gauge tub shaped air tights? You line the bottom with sand or fine gravel. Friends use them in line cabins. You can usually get a few years out of them. For emergency use, they would last for ever.
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  • mainer_in_ak
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    a camp chef cylinder stove weighs 75 lbs, it aint no joke. and, it'll only run yah about $180 on sale at cabelas locally:

    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Camp-...Kit/716016.uts

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  • Amigo Will
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    Just build a ammo can stove,you can do it.

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  • JR2
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    I would have AKMud make one for you. Years ago the guys at S&S muffler up in Mountain View used to weld up some small ones that were about a foot square, put out decent heat.

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  • AGL4now
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    Yes, that is the problem. The cabin is an emergency shelter. Not intended for regular use.

    Originally posted by Paul H View Post
    The stove would cost more than the cabin!

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  • Paul H
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    The stove would cost more than the cabin!

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  • Yukoner
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    Too small? http://www.unforgettablefirellc.com

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  • Snow
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    http://www.amazon.com/Portable-Milit...ble+wood+stove

    I used a piece of steel exhaust flex pipe. Worked really good and needed a kink in stove pipe going up. As for the wood under the stove it is just stored there for now I don't use it in the summer time. It will be moved before I start to use it. I also put some heavy tin foil on the pipe because I thought it might leak but the pipe does not leak.

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  • iofthetaiga
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    Hey Snow, what are you using for stove pipe?

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  • Big Bend
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    Your wood storage under the stove looks a little out of place????

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