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Originally Posted by HDChopper View Post
Grats Your getten it done

The flue is.... em... a Charlie Nobel ( not trying to correct you sir just trying to teach myself ) , I haven't seen his on boats yet but in Mich. in winter if one didn't have a heat box just above the stove and the flu from there it was a big wast of escapeing heat " the box " was like 12" X 12" X 12" with a bunch of 1" dia tubes all going in 1 direction with a fan behind one end of them blowing HOT air everywhere. ( completely sealed box with a flange on 2 ends to plum into flu er...Charlie Noble )...

Thay worked so great I am amazed I haven't seen one on a boat yet ...
Thanks for that info. I'll add it to my commiserations.
I'm already thinking along those lines. Waiting for DN owners to chime in.
And thanks for the heads up on Charlie Noble.. and please correct me anytime. I can use all the help I can get.

We'll have to compare riding stories sometime. I've got at least 500K
miles under my butt. Most with a tent and sleeping bag on back.
I think it's prepared me well for my current endeavor.
At least I won't have to set up or tear down my wet tent and sleeping bag
in the rain and put on another 3-400 hundred miles with limited visibility
@ 70 mph. Been there, done that many, many times.
I believe it's lost it's charm.
Where as, I'm having as much adventure 10 feet off the dock as I'd
have to ride to Nova Scotia to have riding. Definitely a big paradigm
change here.

Thanks for writing
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