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#2195832 - 05/10/08 Summit wood stove for wall tent  
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Has anybody tried Summit stoves that Davis Tent sells?

Have a couple of Davis 14' X 16' tents, we can drive to where we will set up camp. Was considering the "Peak" model for the cook tent, the largest in the line. A smaller stove would be plenty of heat, but thinking one could damper it down and get longer burn time at night.





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#2197336 - 05/11/08 Re: Summit wood stove for wall tent [Re: cowdoc]  
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No experience with any stoves yet but just www.walltentshop.com has a lot of information about stoves on their site. I decided to go with a four dog stove package.

#2218663 - 05/23/08 Re: Summit wood stove for wall tent [Re: cowdoc]  
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Cowdoc,

I have a Summit stove from Davis Tent and Awning. Great stove. You wouldn't know it from a Cylinder stove if you didn't see the name plate. You will be happy with the Peak for your tents.

RLD

#2230647 - 05/31/08 Re: Summit wood stove for wall tent [Re: OK4ster]  
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If you feed your partner a couple of beer before retiring,he will have to get up to pee,and your burn time problem is solved.


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#2231067 - 05/31/08 Re: Summit wood stove for wall tent [Re: downwindtracker2]  
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You can't go wrong with a Four Dogs tent stove for your A-wall tent. I and my hunting partners have used them in some mighty cold weather and they can't be beaten.

http://www.fourdog.com/index.html

L.W.


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