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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 03/10/10 - 12:08am
Author: Kathy M32#3 Shadow
Subject: wood stoves-chain plates-dingy chocks
In reply to: Craig Parker M32 Ashlinka 's message, "Solid Fuel Heater" on - Thursday - 03/ 4/10 - 11:45pm

Hey Parkers,
I was glad to get your two cents. I answered your post but my message got wiped out with those spamers. I did order the Halibut, and yes modification is under way as I speak. Since I had to remove the old icebox and the dryrotted wood underneath, now was the time for modification. I didn't like taking out the corner counter. but it's nice to have a removable board next to the port aide of the engine, so that's what's happening and so now my stove fits with good clearance.
I was curious how you have your chain plates backed? Also, are you carrying your dingy on the top of your cabin top? Yours truly, Kathy

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