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Old 12-02-2015, 16:09   #1
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Cubic Mini Stove

Does anyone on the forum have one of these mini stoves? If so, how has it held up for you. They are made in Quebec and have a website. I am looking to install it in my Colvin schooner, because I can't fit in the Shipmate 211 that I have. (The Shipmate is for sale on the forum, and listed in Craigslist, Stockton, if you are interested.)
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Old 13-02-2015, 10:10   #2
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Just got mine 2 days ago, so not installed yet.
Great looking stove. The 2" flue can be a problem, as nobody sells that.
You need to get it from the same company as the stove.
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Re: Cubic Mini Stove

2" exhaust pipe for a vehicle will work great and commonly available as well
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2" exhaust pipe for a vehicle will work great and commonly available as well
Good idea. Some nice stainless pipe custom bent into shape would look good.
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nice looking stove .. seems perfect for canada or washington state
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Re: Cubic Mini Stove

Thanks for your input. I am planning to go with this stove, as it won't take up much room in my cabin. It will be mounted on the foremast right next to the Origo 6000 stove. Because of it's size I'll be able to get around it easily to the table (which is mounted to the foremast also, on the forward side.) Brilliant idea to use exhaust pipe, especially since I need a little jog to the through deck fitting. Alex Tzabanakis of Cubic Mini notified me that they have an adapter that fits in the 3 inch pipe and then accepts the 2 inch stove pipe.
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Re: Cubic Mini Stove

Here is an option 2" Stainless Steel Flexible Tubing 3' Long Flex Tube 36" T 304SS TR18SS2X25 3' | eBay however custom mandrell bent would look better
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