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Old 05-18-2013, 03:08 PM
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New to the site, figured i post some pics of my progress. I started the base on a table, but will soon be transfering to the trailer to finish the dome.
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Old 05-30-2013, 02:33 AM
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New to the site, figured i post some pics of my progress. I started the base on a table, but will soon be transfering to the trailer to finish the dome.
You are doing great...Really good....
All the best for further process...
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:00 AM
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rdot,

Where you located in SLC, I may have some leftover oven materials, IE bricks, CF board if you are needing some odds and ends. Send me a PM
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You might want to consider running a steel band around those timber boards or all that loose insulation under the floor might rattle loose over road bumps, if the corners of the timber give way.
What size is your oven? Have you calculated the total weight and how it will match the trailer springs?
Make sure you keep the centre of gravity forward of the axle.
Keep the oven a little lower, for stability, than you would prefer. ie. floor level a bit lower than elbow height.

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Thanks for all the insight!

I'm actually going to sell that trailer and try to find a solid truck bed trailer as I purchased a bigger car with more towing capacity. I have cemented around all the brick above the insulation to ensure no loose insulation falls out. I will keep updated as I build!
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