By Lynn from Montana on October 30, 2016
Will this adapter work for my Arrow mod 2400 with an 8 inch opening?
By Brennan W. on October 31, 2016
Answer:This should indeed work for your stove.
By Phil from Naples, N.Y. on June 4, 2014
I have an old Vermont castings "Vigilant" wood burning stove. It is in excellent shape and I would like to set it up in our basement. It has an 8" stovepipe on it but the flue in the basement measures only 7 1/4". Can I safely use this 8" to 7" reducer in this set up? The chimney is about 25' tall, has cement block with flue tile liner and is in excellent shape.
By eFireplaceStore on June 4, 2014
Answer:You can indeed safely reduce the flue collar size on this stove to a 7 inch diameter. This will not have an adverse effect on the performance of the unit. Only if the unit was sized down by more than 1 inch could overdrafting occur.
By Derek from Hamburg, PA on October 17, 2014
I have an 8 inch stove pipe to 7 inch terracotta thimble. Will this work?
The inside diameter of the thimble is 7 3/8". What else do I need to do?
By eFireplaceStore on October 20, 2014
Answer:This reducer will indeed work for your application. After making the reduction, a section of 7 inch stovepipe should be passed through the thimble and should terminate flush with the end of the thimble inside the chimney. Rope gasket should be used to seal the gap between the stovepipe and the thimble wall.
By Paul from WV on October 8, 2015
What is the height of this Snap-Lock black steel stovepipe 8 inch male to 7 inch female reducer?
By Will M. on October 9, 2015
Answer:Per the manufacturer, the height is approximately 8 inches.
By Bob from Alstead, NH on August 20, 2014
I need a reducer that goes from an 8" female to a 7" male. Where can I get one?
By Chris C. on August 20, 2014