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Old 04-16-2014, 10:48 AM
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John/NC/Cobbler,

Thanks. It seems as if cobblerdave has the answer in a way. What I am going to do is try to mock the thing up in Visio with the dimensions for the materials and see what I end up with. Then maybe I can share the file. The biggest thing (which I'm sure you share) is not wanting to fix a foundation that is too small or make a foundation too large since for me space is at a premium. I'll work on a drawing and would be happy to share it.

Scott
Scott....you're welcome and the best of luck to you. You've already gotten some great advice. Keep us posted!! Lots of talented folks here.
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Old 04-17-2014, 03:21 AM
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Just thought I'd point something out with the forno Leggo stack and fill method. Its not Leggo ,the blocks ( and house bricks) aren't twice as long as the width. This is because they are designed to have a mortar joint to go around a corner.
Your going to have some gapes .... Except them and fill them later .... Its a simple and strong method for the "mug" builders
Regards Dave
Ps firebricks are 1/2 as wide as they are long .... Great for getting you floor hearth square .... No gapes
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