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can anyone help with parts list so i can make my own? also i can't find pearlite can i use fiber glass batting
 
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Do you have a place nearby that sells this stuff used?
 
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im still looking for used pipe. i found some used but people want you to buy all of it  i only need a little.
also not sure is triple wall better or just stick with double 
 
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I would think anything other than single wide would not work.
 
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yeah we put up stainless triple wall and it cost us a fortune..but it is so much better than the old stuff..and will last pretty much forever..so i guess the initial investment was worth it..we have 3 stainless chimneys at this time.
 
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i mean for my rocket stove
 
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carbonout wrote:
can anyone help with parts list so i can make my own? also i can't find pearlite can i use fiber glass batting



Keep looking for perlite or vermiculite - both are used for gardening.  Wal mart has them.  (Ashes mite work, not sure what u r making.)

Fiberglass is cheap and fireproof, but will lose insul value after dirt/suet gets in it. Also it gets brittle and changes composition after a year of exposure to heat. Works great for about a year though.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://richsoil.com/wood-heat.jsp
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