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Well tank wood stove?

 
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I see wood burning stoves made out of all sorts of tanks. I cannot find anything on tanks out of a well house. Anyone ever tried such a thing?
 
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Not sure what you about a water tank, but I have an amazing wood stove made out of a large outdoor propane tank cut in half. It has the stove pipe exhaust not at the top of the stove, but a little further down to increase heat circulation. Nice air tight door on front. It has some simple legs on it. It also has a flat top for cooking and heat distribution. Extremely efficient for a traditional wood stove.
 
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