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Old 08-15-2009, 07:26 AM
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other item..

The door only weighs 16 lbs. If I had more ambition I might have put a window and light in it. Then I could see the bread cooking…I’ll leave that for a future builder.

The handle were purchased from here; Barbecue Pit Accessories, Free Shipping*, Stainless Steel Springs ,Pit Temperature Gauge, Stainless Steel Spring Handle

Insulation, rope and hi-temp adhesive, and thermometer were from Mcmaster.com

Insulation part number; 9328K41

Rope part number; 8850K123

Adhesive part number; 7573A29

Thermometer part number; 3946K181
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Old 08-15-2009, 08:46 AM
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John,

Your oven and door look great! I'm impressed.

-Vince
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