Originally Posted by MountainMedic
Clearly, you need to bring shap.
or get your own
I had Titanium goat make me an oversized stove "boot" more commonly known as a stove jack pannel for my stove pipe, which cost $50
I had rainy pass repair in seattle sew it into my MSR Big Brother (which I scored for 30% off new). Rainy pass repair charged me $19 to sew it in with seam tape around the edge.
I pair this set up with a knico packer stove, which I haul in this box:
Kni-Co Manufacturing Inc, Wood Burning Camp Stoves and Sheepherder Products
you can actually get these for about $30
Amazon.com: Storage Box (Green) (15.3"H x 30"W x 16"D): Home & Garden
the packer stove pipe and spark arrestor fit in the plastic tote along with a hatchet, shovel and a fair amount of kindling. for several days, I bring another small rubber maid full of kindling wood and some sawed up 2x4s to supplement drift wood.
I usually bring a 1 burner gast stove and mostly cook on top the wood stove, which works real good for heating up soup/chili or cooking chicken and dumplings especially if you premake it at home and just need to heat up.
The stove will heat up the twin brother shelter to boxershort temps in about 15 minutes starting from zero fire provided you have dry wood to start. It will dry out wet clothes super fast. The most challenging thing was learning how to build a fire that keeps it at a nice comfortable temp without getting too hot. I have camped in it at temps in the teens at night and it was real nice.