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Old 07-06-2010, 06:35 PM
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Hello Everyone!

I first want to thank everyone here for their contribution to the forums...It helped me tremendously with my build.


I started breaking ground about a month ago but before I could build my WFO the wife wanted me to build a deck as well so we didnt have a wfo sitting in the backyard by itself...( I wouldn't have cared)
Right now I just finished the dome and am working on the outer arch and flue.


I built my wfo around Greg's from San Diego (geisen) which helped a ton.


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Looks great. Iam in your neck of the woods and am wondering where you bought your "stuff"; firebricks, motor,insulation, etc

Rick
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Looks great. Iam in your neck of the woods and am wondering where you bought your "stuff"; firebricks, motor,insulation, etc

Rick




I got all of my supplies at Smith and Sharpe in Northeast Miinneapolis...The total for all of the supplies minus the foundation was approximately $1200 bucks...Bricks I used 244 with a waste of probably 4. I bought 260 at $1.88...5 bags of mortar at 80 bucks a pop and the Ceramic Blanket. I have 5 inches of Vermiculite so I opted out of the $2-$300 fiber board.

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Here is my oven...just finished up.






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