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Date Posted: - Saturday - 06/14/08 - 12:11am
Author: Randall
Subject: stove box measurements
In reply to: Craig Parker 's message, "Oven Swap" on - Thursday - 06/12/08 - 2:44pm

Here you go.

22 1/4" wide x 25 1/2" deep (at height of counter top) x 23" tall.

I think you're OK.

And I totally forgot to measure the companionway hatch. Will try to get that tomorrow.

RR

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[> [> companion way hatch -- Randall, - Saturday - 06/14/08 - 9:19pm

23" wide.

You're good to go. Please send in photos of the install, when you get to it.

But tell me, as cool as the halibut stove is, what do you do when all you want is a cup of coffee?

Good luck!

RR


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