Im wondering about transporting a sold fuel rayburn.
Is taking it appart for tranport a very bad idea?
Does anyone have expanded diagrams or directions for doing so?
I meen they dont *look* as if theres that many bits, but i think that could almost be 'last words'
DON'T DO IT
I have moved several Rayburns to places you would not believe, I'm talking places you can't get a quad never mind a vehicle.
I have also pulled several apart to fit back boilers etc and it's something you only do as a last resort and usually ends up with a few broken bits of cast iron and lots of fire cement.
Two strong men or three whimps can move a Rayburn anywhere on planks and rollers (scaffolding tubes or broom handles) and if it needs to go in a trailer fence post (the square deer type).
Good luck, Paul