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Unread 04-16-2012, 11:03 PM   #1
youngbloodbbqenthusiast
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Default Permanent Cinderblock Pit

Hello fellow Brethren the YoungBlood here looking for some of the sage advice I have seen offered to other Brethren seeking help: I am looking to construct a permanent pit for the Frat house and was wondering what software would be best for helping me draft a design for it?

What I currently have in my head is both complex and simple: I am thinking an 8'X4'x5.4' overall size with air holes in the base for both air and to clear ash away, a charcoal grate of expanded metal some 8" or 12" from the bottom, one expanded metal grate that will encompass the entire cooking area for whole hog cooking, and three smaller expanded metal grates for cooking of smaller meats.

Any tips will be greatly welcome!
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