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Old 09-22-2013, 04:24 PM
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That's pretty cool Dave! A bit like a second chance for the smoke to escape before it comes out the front. I would like a cap to stop rain entering the oven though.

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That's pretty cool Dave! A bit like a second chance for the smoke to escape before it comes out the front. I would like a cap to stop rain entering the oven though.

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Thought you'd like that . You could configure the side by side if you like like that with flat tops as well I suppose.
Rain excluders can be pretty fancy ( and expensive) but you can use a clay pot plant base and just slip it over the top there usually heavy enough not to blow off. If fact that could be a temporary measure till you find what you want.
I'll have a look to see if I can find a pic of another I have seen. It's like the rain cap on a vertical truck exhurst excepts it has a chain to lift and hold it up looks pretty cool and i recon easy to make as well.
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Still looking but here's another
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HQ Holden hub cap

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Hmm I have a few VW hubcaps around the place. Would work well for a single chimney. I am sure something could be made to do the trick though!

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Would this suit

Budget Build 36"-chimney-cover-001.jpg

just something for you ideas bin


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Awesome Dave! Thanks so much for putting in the effort

Can I use the 150mm stainless as the inner and the 200mm galv as an outer do you think? And then do the hubcap hinged top.

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the area of the chimney size should be 15% of your oven entrance for best performance

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Can I use the 150mm stainless as the inner
150mm will be too small.
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The 150mm is sitting bang on at 15% but I would rather over flue than anything. I guess its back to the double barreled single wall stainless

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More flue is always better than less, I really doubt you can over flue an oven.
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