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    I've been a non-contributing member of the forum since Sept '09. Work on the project has slowed due to cold weather, so now it's time to contribute. I have read many posts advising againt using refractory brick for a mobile oven, due to the road vibrations, but I've also read about the remarkable strength (stronger than the bricks themselves) of the Heat Stop mortar, so I decide to go ahead and give it a try. I'll post updates about any issues I encounter.

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    Re: Mobile WFBO in PA

    rhollman,

    How far along are you with your project?

    Looking forward to seeing your pictures.

    JED

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    • #3
      Re: Mobile WFBO in PA

      I've got the dome finished. Waiting for warmer weather to put the insulation layer down and then cover with 4" of perlcrete...

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        Re: Mobile WFBO in PA

        That should have been my fifth post, so theoretically I should be able to post a link to my Picasa web pics.

        Picasa Web Albums - rhollman6 - Pizza Oven

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        • #5
          Re: Mobile WFBO in PA

          I like the arch, looks cool.
          http://cookinginmyyard.com

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          • #6
            Re: Mobile WFBO in PA

            how is your trailer doing?

            Do you have any finished pictures?
            Last edited by 100million; 03-28-2010, 08:45 AM.

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