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  • Ran out of Extruded, Okay to use Pressed Bricks

    I have extruded fire bricks from castaic or pacific clay products. They are rougher and red orange in color and they are very solid. I ran out of them which I ordered from lowes and waited for quite some time to get. Locally in town there are sold firebrick that are yellow and a little more crumbly, which i believe are considered pressed bricks.
    ????? Would it be okay to have my first 8 rows in extruded and the last 5 rows or so in pressed?
    ? Will they expand the same or would it present complications?
    Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.


    "Well I found the same brick so I guess I answered myself.
    Still curious if it would make a difference so please do respond still.
    Last edited by breakn; 09-28-2010, 02:38 PM.
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