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Unread 12-23-2012, 11:39 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Pyle's BBQ View Post
If you have Auto CAD, start with the back fire brick wall. There are nine sections and it looks like they used standard size fire bricks. Each firebrick is 9"x4.5"x1.5". That is a known size and you should be able to design form those measurements.

Edit: After looking at the firebox detail it looks like the brick are thicker than 1.5". If you want to save money while building, you could use the standard brick.
perfect. i can design from that dimension of brick. That design is my ultimate but that size is a we bit large for me. Basically, i would love to have a wood fired grill that can cook 20 burgers, steaks or chicken pieces. Have the back and bottom lined with fire brick. Have a grate about half inch or 1 inch above the fire brick to ensure ash does not snuff out the embers. I will have off to one side a chimney style starter for the wood where the embers will fall and then i can grab what i want. I will also have another chimney to hold mass amounts of lump to be lit. haha

thats my goal.

thanks guys.

Matt
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