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Wood cook stove top plates cracked
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Dan    Posted 05-31-2002 at 16:39:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
does anyone know where to get new wood stove burner plates. mine are cracked and I have welded up the big ones but they realy need to be replaced. its a south bend malleable kitchen stove with about 10 inch burner plates. I need 6 of them if anyone has any good ones or knows where to get them.


Salmoneye    Posted 06-01-2002 at 06:26:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Flea markets and old 'junk dealers'.
Some people call them 'Antique' dealers.
Old fella here by the name of 'Fitzie' could set you up in five minutes...


Old Sarge    Posted 05-31-2002 at 19:42:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Don't know where you live, but if you have the old ones find an outfit (Co.) that does castings near you. The reason they are cracked or broken is probably because the carbon is burned out of the metal.

I took the entire top off a stove, along with the liners for the burn area to a company in Sandy Utah. They made as mold in sand, then cracked the whole thing to bits, melted it down, added carbon, repoured. I picked it up a week later, cost $156.00, bolted it back on, and everything fit perfectly. Ha I even found a place that had honest to gosh real Stove Bolts.


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