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    Hey all , I am at a dilemma , Should I build the Pizza stand and some countertops with 8" or 4" Block .... Everything I see in FB shows 8" , I have some construction friends saying go with 4" ... Need a push from you guys out there. Grazie

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    8" block for the base of the oven. 4" would be overkill, but sufficent for counters.
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      I use 6" blocks, but my oven is pretty small. 6"" blocks take way less concrete to fill,
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