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    On the Forno Bravo instruction page 59 Ver. 1.2 Material list 36" oven it states:

    (8) 10' lengths of 1/2" rebar, (4) cut to 80";(4) cut to 94"
    (4) 2"x6"x8' studs for framing, (2) cut to 83";(2) cut to 94"

    My question is, if the slab is only 71x80", why do I need such longer rebar and stud framing?
    Am I missing something? thanks Carlo
    Ciao Carlo

    Cost spreadsheet updated 4/22/08

    Pictures updated 5/28/08

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    Re: Foundation (Forno Bravo instructions)

    I'm not sure why it lists those sizes.

    I cut my rebar 4 inches shorter than my forms. That way I had 2 inches of clearance on both sides. I think this is standard, but Uno would know for sure.

    So just cut them to fit in your forms with some clearance on both sides.
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