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    Hello everyone! I am interested in building a 36 inch dome pizza oven. I am only going to use it for cooking pizzas. My question is, can I place my bricks so that the walls are only 2 1/2 inches thick instead of 4.5 inches? I want to do this to minimize my heat up time and the amount of wood required. Any input will be appreciated. Thanks, Davis

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    Check out "oven in wheels" in the other oven types section . Micks oven is 2 1/2 in pavers just for that reason. If you post a question he is sure to give you an answer.

    Regards dave
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      Thanks Dave, I appreciate the information!



      • #4
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        Thanks for your input. I enjoyed reading about your build and I liked the way that it turned out. Good job! I should start to build mine in a week or two, no time line though. I will post some pictures once I have some progress. Thanks again, Davis