How to Install a Kimberly wood stove in an RV

     I had mixed reactions from all sorts of people... from "That's a GREAT idea!" to "You're going to burn your house down, it's not safe at all!!!".  Well, I based my decision on my own intuition and the reactions of the positive people and it turned out to be perfect!  The Kimberly stove was the best edition I've made to the motorhome, and is not only aesthetically pleasing, but is mandatory for survival in the cold winter months.  Here is a video capturing the full installation of this little stove:



      If you are looking for a shockingly efficient, attractive wood stove and have a very limited space to install a wood stove, than THIS is the stove for you!  Only 1 inch of clearance is required between the stove and combustable objects (although it's wise to have a bit more just to be on the safe side).  I've NEVER been able to leave a fire for more than 3 hours... this little stove will easily burn 6-8 hourss on one 5 lb quality hardwood log, pretty amazing!  Anyway, stay tuned for more information on the Kimberly stove, including fire demonstration videos and how to videos...

* If you are interested in ordering a Kimberly stove or have any questions, contact me or contact the owners at unforgettablefire66@gmail.com & tell them Timmy sent you!

Timmy

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  1. Hey i see you have posted your video back in 2012....how has the Kimberly worked for you so far? Did you need a secondairy source of heat? Manitoba / (Minnesota) winters are pretty cold.

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