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Question Cole Stove #1655 Grate

Can anyone tell me if the Cole solid fuel stove has a grate between the upper burn area and the ash drawer? I'm in the process of rebuilding the stove and can't find any information on the stove.
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I have a Cole stove....not sure of the model number, but it does have a mesh type metal grate. You could probably make one from similar material.
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Thanks Nightowle for the help, I ended making one and the stove works great.
What do you use for fuel ? We've been using small pieces of presto logs and they seem to burn real fast.
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sorry for the late reply .... For a longer burn use bbq briquets
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Re: Cole Stove #1655 Grate

Still around this website? I have this stove... same experiences. What did you use to make the replacement grate, as mine has a big hole in it now. Don't want to use the wrong metal....
I never thought of using bbq briquets... duh... thanks for the hint.
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