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    Hi folks,

    I was at the dump today getting rid of some old cupboards when i spotted a guy getting rid of an old flue from gas boiler. I've posted pictures of it. The flue is only 4 inches in diameter but is 60 inches in height. What do you guys reckon? Do you think it would do? My oven will only be 34 inches.

    Any guidance would be greatly appreciated

    Cheers Ross
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    Re: Flue suitability

    Yes. 4 inch dia for a 34 inch oven will work.


    • #3
      Re: Flue suitability

      nice one, thanks Neil. If luck comes in 3s, i'm crossing my fingers for a lottery win tomorrow; first i find the flue for nothing, then my baby daughter is born... Fancy suggesting some numbers?

      cheers ross