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Old 02-26-2013, 06:48 AM
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Default Re: Block Stand Confusion?

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Originally Posted by Cheesesteak View Post
Yes - it is perfectly fine to make it bigger. In looking at your drawing - how will you enclose your oven? Is it an igloo? Or will it have an enclosure? I just don't see that accounted for in your drawing.

Make the base / stand whatever your comfortable with. I will tell you that I put a block wall midway under the base and have an entry from the front and the back. In my opinion (shared by some) - the standard base is sufficiently deep that you will rarely, if ever, reach all the way to the back. By splitting the storage in two and having access from front and back - I find it more useable.

Anyway - just one man's opinion . . .
I'll be doing an enclosure.... hopefully
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