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  • Need Flue advice in DF-W

    Working on a new wood fired oven in Fort Worth and wondering where I can find a 6" Flue. What material is best? Best place to buy? Is 6" the right diameter for a 3' oven?

    Thanks in advance for any and all help with this!

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    Re: Need Flue advice in DF-W

    I did a google search for masonry suppliers and called them until I found what I needed. Don't remember which one we used, but there are several suppliers in the metroplex.
    Lee B.
    DFW area, Texas, USA

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