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  • Omaha needing some help with my first oven

    My name is Rosario from Omaha NE. Has any one built a oven around Omaha? If so please let me have some feed back on your experiences and the direction I should take. Just finished my 48" foundation up to grade and ready for some helpful ideas. Thanks
    Last edited by Omaharosario; 06-07-2011, 11:45 AM.

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    Re: Omaha needing some help with my first oven

    We have just finished ours, but it is an Allan Scott style oven. I don't know if I can be of much help if you are building another type. But ask away nd if I can't help I am sure others on here will be able to.

    Here is the link for the first part of my build.
    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f43/...ksa-14007.html
    I need to upload and post the rest of the pictures though. the ones with the pretty brick surrounding. I will take the last of them this weekend and do so.
    Last edited by roobqn; 10-28-2010, 09:53 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: Omaha needing some help with my first oven

      Check out the builds in the Pomepeii forum. There are many that are very good (and inspirational!)
      Jen-Aire 5 burner propane grill/Char Broil Smoker

      Follow my build Chris' WFO

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        Re: Omaha needing some help with my first oven

        48"square is a pretty small footprint for a pompeii oven. I did sixty square and was squeezed on a 36id oven. You can cantelever out your support stand beyond your base.

        What diameter oven are you planning?
        My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2

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          Re: Omaha needing some help with my first oven

          Originally posted by dmun View Post
          48"square is a pretty small footprint for a pompeii oven. I did sixty square and was squeezed on a 36id oven. You can cantelever out your support stand beyond your base.

          What diameter oven are you planning?
          Sorry. 48" deep and 60"X60"

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            Re: Omaha needing some help with my first oven

            I am here in Omaha and thinking about puting in an oven. Either a brick built 42" or a kit built 36 ". It sure would be good to be able to see first hand what others have done.

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