RV wood stoves

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oldtrucker wrote: Mar 6th, 2023, 10:27 am I'm trying to put in a tiny wood stove in a camper and I'm really trying to avoid cutting a hole in the roof.
Trying to find a 45 deg. elbow for 3 3/8 inch pipe, then I can run it out a hole cut thru a cookie sheet where the window was.
Anyone know where I can get a elbow piece for this?
Spitball here. maybe a muffler shop could bend you one.
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dirtybiker wrote: Mar 6th, 2023, 10:50 am
oldtrucker wrote: Mar 6th, 2023, 10:27 am I'm trying to put in a tiny wood stove in a camper and I'm really trying to avoid cutting a hole in the roof.
Trying to find a 45 deg. elbow for 3 3/8 inch pipe, then I can run it out a hole cut thru a cookie sheet where the window was.
Anyone know where I can get a elbow piece for this?
Spitball here. maybe a muffler shop could bend you one.
That was going to be my suggestion as well, plus try the truck wreckers at Hwy 97 & Sexsmith.
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try ECCO 250) 860-6451

and/or call a Heating Company and ask them if they can help
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oldtrucker wrote: Mar 6th, 2023, 11:16 am Ya...$60 at a muffler shop they supply the elbow and can bend it to fit. I considered it a few days back but my ideas aren't always that smart so...
I just thought I'd put it out there in case someone had a better idea.
I think your idea of putting a wood burning stove in an RV will become one of those that you will have on your list of; "NOT a good idea".
I hope that you have a BIG fire extinguisher and two egress points.
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These guys are awesome... https://sunfiresystems.ca/pages/contact

Give them a call and they might be able to help you.
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Doesn't sound like the safest place.
btw I just learned it is cooking sheet not cookie sheet
Go ask Tony at Jerry's muffler... I know they are always doing stuff to their campers
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Better plan on putting in a fresh air make-up vent as well. Otherwise you will burn up all the O2 in a camper very fast.
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oldtrucker wrote: Mar 6th, 2023, 10:27 am I'm trying to put in a tiny wood stove in a camper and I'm really trying to avoid cutting a hole in the roof.
Trying to find a 45 deg. elbow for 3 3/8 inch pipe, then I can run it out a hole cut thru a cookie sheet where the window was.
Anyone know where I can get a elbow piece for this?
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Ideas you already are aware of.
https://vanclan.co/van-wood-stove/

I know a few people that have wood burners in their converted buses and vans,

When done right. Near to zero issues when due diligence is the norm.
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Hope you have a plan to bring in fresh air to replace the air used in combustion....
Wood burning stove in RV is a 100% no-no. Definitely against law. Not WETT certified.
Anybody who helps you may be considered liable for any sort of wrongful death situation.
(Which is a real possibility)
Prolly not what you were looking for in a response...but meh?
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You don't "think you did" OT, you really really did.
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Legal in Alberta.
Here in Alberta, Canada, wood-burning stoves in RVs are commonplace. They allow you to save on heating your RV during winter while enabling you to enjoy the smell of a fresh wood-burning fire. 
Have you checked with a local RV dealer?

https://www.rvingknowhow.com/rv-wood-stove/
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