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Dimensions of a metal stand for Ristorante 130

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  • Dimensions of a metal stand for Ristorante 130

    I have to get a metal stand fabricated for the Ristorante 130.

    My contractor came up with these dimensions, but I don't know where he got them.

    87x76 38"high

    I think that the current model, Modena 140W (55') should be about the same size, but I don't have the dimensions for that stand, either.


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    Re: Dimensions of a metal stand for Ristorante 130


    It looks like a stand of 58 x 72 would be the minimum for the oven. I didn't spend a lot of time but I assume this does not include insulation/ enclosure. My cooking surface is 41 inches high and I think 47 would have been better (I'm 5'10"").


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      Re: Dimensions of a metal stand for Ristorante 130

      Thanks, Les. The contractor came up with dimensions larger than yours. I don't want it to take up unnecessary space, so I hope that he knows what he's doing.

      Congratulations on your oven! It's beautiful. I can't imagine that I'll build one at my house (at least for now), since I'll have one at the restaurant. But, if I do, I'll consult with you. You did a great job. You must have the best parties in town, maybe in the county!