I am looking for a very small wood stove for my 40 ft. fifth wheel. Does anyone know where I can buy one?
Cheryl from Toledo, WA
You might consider a kerosene heater/stove--no venting needed and many on ebay.
Texman, thank you for your suggestion about using kerosene heater to heat my fifthwheel but I think it would cost as much as my propane does. But I'll keep that in mind.
Jamie, thank you for your suggestion to visit Harborfreight.com, of which, I did and found a small cast iron wood stove for $149. Of course, I realize there will be additional charges for misc items but this was great! I live on five acres with lots of trees and wood would be the best source of fuel to heat my fifthwheel.
Thanks to both of you again, Cherie
Friendly warning: small stoves take small wood, and that means lots more sawing and splitting.
Do you have the item number for your wood stove from harbor freight? Our family of 5 is in the same situation while building a house without a loan. We need to keep trailer warm for our newborn - propane is expensive. We haven't been able to find the wood stove on harbor freight web site.
Thank you - Kristie
Kimberly wood stoves have a very nice little stove for fifth wheels. They are made also for boats and they burn for eight hours on a single presto log. We live in a 35 ft. fifth wheel and plan on getting one also. Just do a search for Kimberly stoves and you will find it.
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