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CAMP WOOD STOVES

YUKON STOVE

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YUKON CAMP STOVE

  • GASKET ON DOOR FOR THIS AIRTIGHT CAMP WOOD STOVE. Airtight camp wood stove allows for longer burn times and controls rate of burn better. .
  • 3/32 second inch steel - extra thickness prevents warpage.
  • Welded heavy-gauge hot rolled steel construction.
  • All stove accessories fit inside firebox .
  • Support rods under stove top to insure stove top does not warp.
  • Strong - quality welds to insure airtight design of this quality camp wood stove..
  • Rain cap with spark arrestor. Prevents rain and snow going into stove pipe. Much better than cheap wire mesh spark arrestors on most camp wood stoves.
  • Large adjustable air intake on door allows a hotter fire when needed on cold nights. Baffle behind air intake on door prevents any sparks from shooting out the air intake opening into the tent.
  • Legs are heavy round pipe with threads that screw into stove which helps level camp wood stoves.
  • 5" nesting stove pipe, 7' 8" long ( 92") - smallest piece fits into next larger size, end of pipe is 6".
  • Stove pipe is long enough to have pipe about 1 foot above tent ridge to allow wind to blow sparks away from your tent. Most other stoves only have 77" length of pipe.
  • A 5" standard oval stove jack will accommodate Wilderness Stoves 5" nesting camp wood stove pipe.
  • Nesting stove pipe with welded seam, eliminates smoke leakage.
  • Warming trays - 26"l x 8"w, which can fit on either side of stove.
  • Stainless steel 3 gallon water tank - can fit on either side of camp wood stove.
  • Legs are 18" long. Which makes the stove top 6" higher than other stoves. Easier to cook on and easier to add wood.
  • Quality door and latch designed for airtight firebox which allows for controlled burn.
  • Grate is available in the deluxe package. Grate is designed for camp wood stoves when burning coal. Grate can also be used for burning wood as grate allows more air at the bottom of the wood creating a hotter fire.
  • Stove pipe opening is recessed to make packing in on horses easier.
  • Air intake on door has a metal plate behind it to prevent sparks from popping out the air intake holes.
  • IF YOU HAVE A STOVE JACK OPENING ON SIDEWALL OR BACK WALL- YOU WILL NEED 5" STRAIGHT PIPE AND 2 ELBOWS. STRAIGHT PIPE AND 2 ELBOWS EXCHANGE AVAILABLE FOR $35.
  • SAFETY: ALL SPARK ARRESTORS WILL BECOME CLOGGED WITH ASH AND SOOT. REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR SPARK ARRESTOR DAILY AND CLEAN SPARK ARRESTOR AS REQUIRED. USING SOFT WOOD AND LOWER TEMPERATURE STOVE BURNS WILL CAUSE THE SPARK ARRESTOR TO BE CLOGGED SOONER. A CLOGGED SPARK ARRESTOR WILL CAUSE SMOKE TO ESCAPE FROM THE STOVE DOOR INTAKE AND IN EXTREME CASES, A STOVE PIPE FIRE.

YUKON CAMP WOOD STOVE CHARACTERISTICS

5" Stove Pipe YUKON 3 YUKON 4   YUKON 5

0 DEGREES

Tent heating capability

14 x 16 16 x 20 18 x 24

- 30 DEGREES

Tent heating capability

10 x 12 14 x 16 16 x 20
Dimensions 26 L x 14 w x 12 h 26 L x 16 w x 14 h 26 L x 18 w x 16 h

 

SIZE OF FIREBOX/STOVE

 

2 CUBIC FEET 2.66 CUBIC FEET 3.42 CUBIC FEET
Burn time 6 to 8 hrs 8 - 10 hrs 10 - 12 hrs
Weight 56 64 72
Height with Legs 30" 32" 34"

STANDARD PACKAGE

stove, pipe, rain cap/spark arrestor, damper

 

$295

SPECIAL $270

$330

SPECIAL $300

$390

SPECIAL $355

DELUXE PACKAGE

Water Tank, Grate

stove, pipe, rain cap/spark arrestor, damper, shelf

$370

SPECIAL $350

$410

SPECIAL $385

$465

SPECIAL $435

Shipping $55
$65
$75
STOVE ONLY

 

$250

SHIPPING $60

$295

SHIPPING $70

       

CAUTION: Do not place a stove on any flammable surface. A fire proof 3' x 4'

mat is available for $35.

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Item
Description Price Shipping Order
FIREPROOF MAT FOR
UNDER STOVE
3' X 4'
FREE SHIPPING
WHEN ORDERED WITH WILDERNESS TENT OR WILDERNESS OR YUKON STOVE
$35 $15

SAFETY/ SMOKE ISSUES: ALL SPARK ARRESTORS WILL BECOME CLOGGED WITH ASH AND SOOT. REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR SPARK ARRESTOR DAILY AND CLEAN SPARK ARRESTOR AS REQUIRED. USING SOFT WOOD AND LOWER TEMPERATURE STOVE BURNS WILL CAUSE THE SPARK ARRESTOR TO BE CLOGGED SOONER. A CLOGGED SPARK ARRESTOR WILL CAUSE SMOKE TO ESCAPE FROM THE STOVE DOOR INTAKE AND WHEN OPENING DOOR. AND IN EXTREME CASES, A STOVE PIPE FIRE.

DAMPER: DAMPER MUST BE IN TOTALLY OPEN POSITION WHEN OPENING THE STOVE DOOR OR SMOKE WILL COME OUT THE STOVE DOOR. FOR DAMPER INSTALLATION VIEW WILDERNESS STOVE VIDEO.

 

CURING YOUR STOVE

CURING simply means baking your paint onto the stove. Always, always do the curing/first burn of your wood camp stove outside of your tent, preferably In your back yard. During the first burn there will be smoke and a very strong odor. You do not want this smell permeating the canvas in your tent. You and the tent will both have the smell of burnt paint.

Start your fire and fill your stove full of wood. Adjust the air intake on the stove door 1/2 open. The stove needs to burn at around 350 degrees for 3 hours to fully cure the paint. If you build too hot of a fire initially you will burn the paint off before the paint cures on your stove.

WALL TENT STOVE AND TENT STOVE INFORMATION GUIDE

Main Factors In Selecting a Camp Wood Stove
  1. Tent stove heating capacity
  2. Cost
  3. Weight
  4. Deciding on galvanized, titanium or steel construction
  5. Size
  6. Options and standard features available on a wall tent stove

Click Camp Wood Stoves for pictures and info on the 35 wood camp stoves and pack stove models by Cylinder Stoves, Four Dog Stove, Kni-Co Stove, Kwik Kamp Stove, Riley Stove, Mountaineer Stove, Titanium Stove, Sims Stove and Idaho Stove. I have a stove or pack stove that will meet your budget and requirement. Tent stove and camp wood stove prices start at $105.00.

Discussion of Camp Wood Stove Features

General: All my camp wood stoves have been used for many years and have proven their reliability. I have listed each stove's features thoroughly so you can compare and decide which stove meets your requirements and budget.

Cost: Camp wood stoves with the same gauge of metal (thickness) should be very close in price. When comparing camp stove wood models - ensure you add the cost of options you want as prices for shelves, water tanks and pipes vary significantly between stove companies.

Rolled Steel, Galvanized, Titanium Stoves:

  1. Galvanized - Galvanization helps prevent rust. A wise choice when buying a lightweight stove.
  2. Titanium - More resistant to burn through and warping. Stronger than steel and weighs about 50% less.
  3. Rolled Steel - Non galvanized and will rust quickly if left outside.

Tent Heating Capacity: Most camp wood stove models state the very largest tent the stove will heat. You should consider the next larger stove model to ensure you have a warm tent especially for drying out wet clothes and boots if you plan on using a stove in the cold winter months.

Collapsible Stoves vs Non-Collapsible: Stove that collapses for compactness . Unless space is a critical factor, a non-collapsible stove is recommended.

Pellet Stoves: Stoves that burns pellets. Used in environments where wood is unavailable. Some models of pellet stoves burn pellets or wood. Riley Pellet stoves have a proven record of use for over 20 years.

Double Wall Stove: Riley camp wood stove models stoves are the only lightweight tent stove company that have both a double bottom and double wall. (Colt models and larger) Riley stoves makes a high quality lightweight camp wood stove because the double bottom reduces the chance of a bottom burn out. Riley double wall camp stoves are durable and heat efficient.

Weight: Stoves that heat a 12'x14' tent can weigh 30-40 pounds. If you need a stove at a base camp or tent camping near a road buy the camp stove wood model you need regardless of size or weight.

Packing: Packing smaller stoves fit into panniers easily or as a top pack. Larger camp wood stoves can also be easily fit into larger panniers.

Features and Options: Most wood camp stoves have the same options and features except rain caps and grates. However, some of the smaller stoves do not have a water tank or shelf that fits into the firebox due to the stove's size.

Storing and Transporting: I prefer a camp stove wood model that all the accessories fit inside of the firebox for ease of transporting and storing.

Stove Metal Thickness:

  1. Gauge - The lower the gauge number, the thicker the rolled steel or galvanized steel. Thicker metal increases strength, durability and weight.
  2. Metal Thickness - common gauge thickness used in tent stove construction:
    1. 10 gauge .135 inches
    2. 12 gauge .105 inches
    3. 14 gauge .074 inches
    4. 18 gauge .05 inches
    5. 22 gauge .03 inches
    6. 24 gauge .024 inches

LIGHTWEIGHT CAMP WOOD STOVES TO PACK IN:

  1. Individuals packing in normally take a lightweight camp wood stove. However, some individuals take a heavier stove and "cache" it if they use the same hunting camp every year.
  2. Collapsible stoves fold down on themselves and are occasionally used by packers. Only about one half of the stove space on a pack horse is saved because the stove pipe and any other accessories must also be packed in. Stove pipe and accessories normally fit inside the firebox of a normal stove. The biggest drawback of a collapsible stove is that the firebox is not airtight.
  3. Lightweight wood camp stoves primary drawback is the thin metal bottom will burn through much faster than the heavier metal camp wood stoves. I recommend you put one inch of dirt inside the firebox to reduce the heat on the bottom of the stove firebox. The two most common lightweight stoves used for packing in are the Riley Stoves and Kni-Co stoves. The larger Riley stoves, Colt and larger, have double walls and double stove bottoms and are very durable. However, the Riley stove is much more expensive than the Kni-Co single wall and bottom stoves.
  4. A damper for your stove is strongly recommend. I hunt in Wilderness areas and all wood has to be cut by hand. A damper makes your stove 10-15% more efficient. Which means you will reduce the amount of wood you have to cut by 10-15% if you use a damper. This 10-15% increased stove efficiency is very important when you cut wood by hand.



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