Another thought - One of the grates in my Hardy boiler burned out, so I replaced it with a new one. I discovered the old grate fit perfectly in the wood furnace in my shop. It was supported on the ends in the Hardy, but on the short side in the shop furnace, if that makes any sense. Anyhow, the new grate cost $57 a year or so ago. I don't anticipate ever burning another grate up in that shop furnace, but if I do, I'm gonna buy a new Hardy grate for it. You can't do much scrounging and scratching for $57 in this modern world. After saying all that - you might find a new grate from another source that would fit "good enough". They don't have to fit "perfect" - after all, they're full of holes/slots. They just have to be supported. I've talked to the Hardy folks at their manufacturing plant, and they are the type of people who'd give you the exact dimensions of their grates over the phone, and I think any of the other companies would too.
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