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Old 02-24-2017, 02:08 AM   #1
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Wood stove in an Airstream

Hello Fellows i finished part 1 of a small video about my wood stove installation. Maybe it's interesting for somebody.

Part 2 shows how it works. (not finish yet)

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Old 02-24-2017, 06:17 AM   #2
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Old 02-24-2017, 08:59 AM   #3
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nice heater, doesn't the outside get really hot?
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Old 02-25-2017, 02:45 AM   #4
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nice heater, doesn't the outside get really hot?
What do you mean outside of the trailer ?
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Old 02-25-2017, 12:27 PM   #5
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Nice job! I'm a bit curious as to how well a wood stove hold up on a mobile camper. Do most people who install a wood stove use their Airstream like a cottage( i.e. rarely move)? Or does the piping for the stove hold up when rattled around often?
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Very cute little stove. Let us know how it goes.

Do you need to notify this kind of installation to the Schornsteinfeger?
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Old 02-25-2017, 01:03 PM   #7
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Nice job. I like the music too. The Dickerson is a nice stove. A company called Marine Stove makes some nice small cast iron stoves that I've seen installed in Airstream's too
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Thanks for the great DIY video. I have purchased the propane version of the Dickinson Newport heater and will be installing it in April. The chimney is double walled, flexible piping so hopefully it will be easier to install.
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Sehr schoen gemacht! Koennte auch so wass benuetzen. Vielleicht dieses jahr.
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The Dickinson marine and RV products are awesome. I did not know they made an actual wood burning stove. We looked at the LP model but they are not recommended at higher altitudes but the wood stove would certainly work. Thank you for sharing! (I have no relation to the Dickinson products company even though my last name is spelled the same)
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Nicely done in a craftsman like manor. Wonder how the fiberglass insulation touching the chimney will do?
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Nice job! I'm a bit curious as to how well a wood stove hold up on a mobile camper. Do most people who install a wood stove use their Airstream like a cottage( i.e. rarely move)? Or does the piping for the stove hold up when rattled around often?
Bolted down with flexible chimney mount works great.
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Nice job! I'm a bit curious as to how well a wood stove hold up on a mobile camper. Do most people who install a wood stove use their Airstream like a cottage( i.e. rarely move)? Or does the piping for the stove hold up when rattled around often?
Hi mike, for me is also very important that everthing works during travel. part 2 shows some installation details.
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Very cute little stove. Let us know how it goes.

Do you need to notify this kind of installation to the Schornsteinfeger?
Lol thats a good question, but I have no stove in my Rv thats a Air Outlet ��But anyway its a trailer and not a house and I' don't care about regulation. For me a save installation that fits the specification from the manufacture is more important.
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