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Old 05-02-2012, 02:18 PM
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Default Re: Will this Flue be effective?

I extended the the shoulders of the rectangle 45 degrees to meet the circular flue, It's hard to see but my overall goal was to maintain the same area of flue at every point it's hard to describe and see, But again I lit a bigger curing fire today and as the wood was wet and green there was a lot of smoke, The arch at the doorway is black, but the arch at the entrance is still unblemished.... A winning design...Relief
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