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Old 06-27-2014, 09:04 AM
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Good luck on your wood fired oven journey Seven :highfive:

Keep in mind that the planning stage of your build is more important than you think. Take your time.
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October bump ... time to start thinking Turkey, Ham, & Prime Rib friend/family dinners!
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Keep in mind that the planning stage of your build is more important than you think. Take your time.
Wise words for sure. Planning takes time. Tearing down and rebuilding takes more.
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Lee,

There is probably a better place to ask you this question... for some reason I couldn't find your build thread (only your album).

How hot does the granite under your vent get? I am debating on doing something similar, but not sure about surface temps.

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John, If memory serves, the granite gets up to 200-230 F, no spalling yet. We can fry bacon in a cast iron pan the day after pizza with pan half on oven floor and half on the granite. I didn't make a build thread, just the albums. HTH
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Lee, Another Great build was K79 or on you tube the wicked outdoors
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Just an FYI on turkey oven fitting (through the entry). Got a 21.7 pound (9.8 KG) turkey on Saturday sale at Costco after Thanksgiving. Turkey on the rack, in a roaster pan is only about 9.25" (23.5 cm) high ... just an FYI, so you don't have to take a ruler into the grocery store

...and also the December bump for this thread
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G'day
Monthly bump..... Check out the links at the front of this thread
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