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    i would like to buy a wood burning stove

    i would like to have a small cast iron wood burning stove

    something like this


    have looked everywhere but cannot find one for sale

    does anybody know where i can get one?

    apologies if this is in the wrong forum....no bugger that..the mods can earn their keep

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    alibaba has all that stuff, though it'll be expensive to import....

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    A stove that looks like a broken picture link?

    Edit - Oh it works now

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    i think it's working now
    i hope it is

    whatever . all wood burning stoves look like wood burning stoves

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    whatever . all wood burning stoves look like wood burning stoves
    No, they don't....not all have the flat top, which I think is essential. Some are barrel shaped.

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    cheers...i'd like mine to look a bit like the one in the picture

    something that you could nestle your slippers up near

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    We had one and it was invaluable to be able to cook on when the power was out....

    Here's a link: Wood Pot Belly Cooking Stove - Buy Pot Belly Cooking Stove,Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove For Cooking,Wood Cook Stove Cast Iron Product on Alibaba.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    We had one and it was invaluable to be able to cook on when the power was out....
    and then they invented gas stoves

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    I got one of them. My favourite thing about my house. I think I prefer winter to summer for that reason alone.

    Chopping wood is a bit of work if you have trees and are planning on doing that.

    I got a chainsaw and axes.

    Or you can get wood delivered but in Aussie that is expensive.

    I guess in Thailand you can pay Somchai to chop the wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper
    I got one of them. My favourite thing about my house.
    that's lovely loops

    where did you get it
    was it near chiangmai?

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    Make your own, or get somebody to make one for you.

    Stove from barrels


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    that's lovely loops where did you get it was it near chiangmai?
    I got it second hand from a Liverpudlian in northern NSW. I don't know who he stole it from!

    They weigh about 100-200Kg so shipping costs from aussie could be prohibitive.

    They are not very complicated so you could probably get one fabricated like in b0b's link.

    Best to use 8-10mm steel or iron for the firebox I would say.

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    ^
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    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    that's lovely loops where did you get it was it near chiangmai?
    I got it second hand from a Liverpudlian in northern NSW. I don't know who he stole it from!

    They weigh about 100-200Kg so shipping costs from aussie could be prohibitive.

    They are not very complicated so you could probably get one fabricated like in b0b's link.

    Best to use 8-10mm steel or iron for the firebox I would say.

    My link goes to instructables.com - a quick search on there shows lots of plans for woodburners, potbellies too. Any reasonably competent metalworker (and there are plenty in Chiang Mai) should be able to make one up for a reasonable price, certainly a lot less expensive than importing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b
    y link goes to instructables.com - a quick search on there shows lots of plans for woodburners, potbellies too. Any reasonably competent metalworker (and there are plenty in Chiang Mai) should be able to make one up for a reasonable price, certainly a lot less expensive than importing.
    thanks for that bob

    a neighbour of mine might well be able to help out

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    You need Jesus.

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    Do they make one that can run aircon? Electric prices are going up after all.

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    I have a wood burning stove and I recently purchased a fan for it, a Valient heat powered 4blade stove fan.
    It's only power force that drives this fan is the heat of the stove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Make your own, or get somebody to make one for you.

    Stove from barrels

    Dont do this. Cast Iron or plate steel.

    Ive an old Franklin I'm not using, too bad the shipping Is ten times the value.

    Look to the north, Don't they still burn coal in China.

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    Isn't the air smoky enough in Chiang Mai???

    Just asking...like..

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