What I should of done!

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tsharp

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I made a wood burning heater, had the idea in my head what size to make it. After I had it finish welding and had it sandblasted. I should of could of and would of, made it a little bigger. I made it 12"x 18" x24" long. I should of made it 18"x 18" x24". But it's done so be it.
 

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NCHillbilly

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That is some nice work!
 

Anvil Head

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Looks good from here. That'd run me out of my shop in short order, but be nice to have one from time to time.
 
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tsharp

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Thanks Guys I made a fire in today not to cold here in Louisiana, but it was nice to sit on the swing and watch the fire and feel the heat.
 
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tsharp

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I did line the bottom with fire bricks and a made a steel rack to hold the log. It works really well, and heats up very quickly. I have a baffle in side 2" from the top and 12" from the rear for a second burn.
 
T, sometimes I wish I lived next door to u! You make boats, knives, shrimp and crawfish and wood stoves, what else does a human need in life!!!!
Sweet Heater!!
 
T, sometimes I wish I lived next door to u! You make boats, knives, shrimp and crawfish and wood stoves, what else does a human need in life!!!!
Sweet Heater!!
That's quite typical for Louisiana Cajuns and CoonButts, them folks are quite industrious and always have been.

Great job tsharp!
 
That is a fine looking heater. It looks about the right size to me. There is no heat, like wood heat.
 
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