Vogelzang Barrel Stove.




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Fireman Jim: What's the link to purchase the barrel stove kit via the states? Mean.

Peter van Kampen: Chur bro mean, I want to bring one of these in, wish someone already imported them

dyno mike: Pikers ?.

Chevy Levy: Hi yes most people do. this barrel stove is only for burning junk mail now.

Chevy Levy: its easy as! all you need is a jigsaw [with a fine blade] to cut the pattern out of the 44gl drum. the rest just bolts to it

charlie brown: wow you got a nice barrel stove you should first filler up with thin kndling and light her off let her burn for a little while than completly filler up with hard wood split logs for a very hot long burn

wranglerstar: great job on the stove. I like the breather tube inside. Nicely done!!! Cody

Chevy Levy: nice thanks

Chevy Levy: the paint didnt burn off. i will use it to burn in backyard as summer restrictions wont allow open fires. will be potatos wraped in tinfoil and smoking fish. the residue oil is all burnt out now, so we're good to go...

Chevy Levy: Kia Ora! yer we just up the road Levin. the killer was the freight costs @ $145NZD i think. may have changed now with our kiwi going down against the USD. best thing is cast-iron lasts a lifetime. the 44gallon drums rust& burnout but are free from any service garage etc. doesnt take long to cut it out with B&D jigsaw with fine blade on..

Chevy Levy: hi there its just the basic paper, wood and matches. i only light it now to burn up the junkmail and fish& chip wrappers

Chevy Levy: the castiron KIT was $49USD butt he freight was a killer @ $140USD. that was wen i had plenty money back 1yr ago. its now just a glorified junkmail burner rusting away in backyard. Levin NZ

Chevy Levy: wow thanks for the tips. sand is a great idea seeing it cant be burnt up. cheers hi from NZ

Chevy Levy: my personal secret weapon project hehe. chevyvictor.

MrBrentles: How do they work? Pretty well?

barfyspitz: Oh. Man you must get A LOT of junk mail lol! That set up looks good. I have an old sotz stove I need to replace. I like your setup.

Chevy Levy: helps it breath better. the small vents at front are hopeless, fire will go out. with more air it goes bigger brighter. but then goes thr the wood ral quick and sometimes overheats red hot

Chevy Levy: Thanks. long gone. they went straight away. cheers

kak8chak: The leg are to short for a wood floor and you need bricks under the legs

Bourne Accident: What's up with that motorized shopping cart? That looks interesting. Another video on that sometime perhaps?

Chevy Levy: they go good and very hot untill the oil drum rusts out [being left outside] Cast Iron parts will outlive me. But easy to get anada empty oil drum from local Garage, motor service stations for free. only take 1/2hour to cut out and then bolt in cast iron gear. cheers

Chevy Levy: grat feedback. must try a Sotz kit

crazykiwiinthailand: Tino pai for your quick reply. Thanks I’ll check it out as suggested Haere ra from Thailand.

charlie brown: lets see you fire up your barrel wood stove

Chevy Levy: hi thanks for the tip. cheers

delmont223: I've used barrel stoves for years and they are a great scource of heat especially out where the is no electricity or gas lines. We put about 2 to 3 inches of ordinary sand in the bottom of the stove. It makes it easier to clean out and keep the bottom from burning out so quick. We get several years use out of the barrel instead of just two or three. The sand may be a problem to your air vent tube, but I've never noticed a need for the tube. Nice video, have fun and make more.

reeceagodwin: Hey fellow kiwi nice job, how much was the kit inculding delivery, cheers

Eddie Griffiths: How did you import it for $39US...I get freight added for $145US....needless to say didn't buy.

Chevy Levy: thanks Cody. your vid was an inspiration. ya'll can see where i copied your inlet valve. from NZ 8000Miles away! hehe. Vic

elhigh: Hi, I notice when your boy dropped the stovepipe on, it slipped down over the outside of the reducer. To prevent creosote leaking down the outside of the pipe, you should get a fitting that drops into the top of the reducer. It won't leak smoke, and it won't seep gunk that way either.

Chevy Levy: yes i had that threaded pipe fitting in my hand at the shop untill i saked the price, they said $24.95 i was abit shocked so made my own out of scrap steel.

Chevy Levy: we did the vid yesterday. we gonna use it to heat my ManCave shed :p but i'll also use it to heat coal, briquettes for putting on top of our Dutch ovens. will do a chicken and maybe cobbler bread

uncleshan: hey there from lower hutt.! i saw cody's vid too...good to see someone local using one of these. i emailed vogelzang and they don't sell to nz, then i see you have one.! i'll be checking ebay auzzie in a minute. thinking of using mine to heat an outdoor bath i have. cheers for the post. or i wouldn't be able to get the stove kit.

Chevy Levy: Kia Ora Dan. they available from ebay.com.au put in the search [barrel stove kit] they $48USD and the freight is astronomical at $155USD shipped to NZ. I only bought it coz i was loaded. not no more lol. way too expensive because of the shipping.I still have it but oil drum is rusted out and now is a glorified junkmail burner. cast iron is as good as new, just need new 44gl oil drum which are plentiful. cheers

Chevy Levy: great tip. cheers

fbuch123: love it!

crazykiwiinthailand: G' Day mate, could you post the contact information of the shop where you bought this from in Levin. Cheers I'm trying to find these parts.

VicAus-Prepper: Thanks bloke, I will check out a few plumbing suppliers here in Melbourne, sorry bro I don't follow the rugby, good game but I am more a round ball person. HI5

telosfd: I like that intake air tube hose!!!!!!!

theinfedel: you need the second barrel on top to work good other wise your heat goes out the roof

Cgem201: I don't know why you fabbed out a burner pipe for the air intake. These are engineered to have the cigarette burn with an air inlet just on the face of the drum. The pipe burner will tend to burn wood faster and keep the barrel hotter.

oshpunit987: I believe the Sotz barrel stove kit was the best made. I used the double barrel kit for 13 years to heat an old 2 story house, built a sheet metal cabinet around it and plumbed it into the duct work and did an excellent job. My neighbor got one like in this video and it didn't heat as well as my Sotz did. I hated to see them go out of business.

Chevy Levy: at :21 thats where i copied Cody. the air breather :]

Chevy Levy: Khelsdarren. thanku Yankee bomber for viewing dis video. Wen u veiw dis video it goes to the top of the leaderboard. please keep coming back for more views

Chevy Levy: thanks. it available on ebay australia and ebay US $39USD

barfyspitz: Don't you need to put firebricks in there?

Chevy Levy: point taken and noted thankyou for the tip. different Country/ culture, we're softly spoken.

KaeptnErdnuss: Hi, I'm in Dunedin and also thought about building one of these. Unfortunately the kits are not available in NZ. Where did you buy yours (you wrote you imported it from the US) and what did they charge for shipping? I also thought about a wet back system to heat a hot tub. Cheers, Dan

VicAus-Prepper: Nice job Bro! I am going to guilt one with a 30 gallon drum, bit more compact so I can use it inside my tent, next thing is to source some stove pipe and reducer.

Chevy Levy: hi dexter, points taken and noted. thanks for the tip. cheers
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