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That's exactly my thoughts. I'm sure my wood burning stove gets hot than my oven will. I can't see spending more on the chimney than the rest of the oven
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I'm either going to use a single walled pipe or no pipe, just vent it out with a red brick chimney. I am not paying $$$$ for a double walled pipe. Thats just me.
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I read an English build and his using an enameled single steel pipe. Sounds more durable than plain steel but is it available , I'm going to be keeping my eye open for that it sounds usable?

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Old 03-25-2013, 05:13 PM
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Just back from the hardware store 3 sections of chimney for 50 bucks. Will be installing this week.
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I read an English build and his using an enameled single steel pipe. Sounds more durable than plain steel but is it available , I'm going to be keeping my eye open for that it sounds usable?

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Isnt enamel just the finish? If so you can even apply engine enamel from a spray can.
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Isnt enamel just the finish? If so you can even apply engine enamel from a spray can.
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I think it's dipped and then oven baked. I don't know about engine paint would it be hard to spray the inside of a 6 in steel tube. I now have a mental picture of someone's arm up the elbow in a steel tube with a spray can. Recon one of those gloves that they use to inseminate cows. I'm not letting this thought go any further.....

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Just back from the hardware store 3 sections of chimney for 50 bucks. Will be installing this week.
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Bargin ! Enjoy your weekend
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I think it's dipped and then oven baked. I don't know about engine paint would it be hard to spray the inside of a 6 in steel tube. I now have a mental picture of someone's arm up the elbow in a steel tube with a spray can. Recon one of those gloves that they use to inseminate cows. I'm not letting this thought go any further.....

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Lol, oh the inside yes. Ive actually used this product it works well. But as far as baking the heat from the oven should bake it on i guess?
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