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Old 05-01-2013, 04:48 AM   #241
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What would you guys recommend i use for air flow for the grill. I need a door to allow air flow. i was thinking about getting this.

Amazon.com: Cast Iron Cleanout Door, 8" x 12": Home & Kitchen

Amazon.com: Woodeze 5VE-26-003 Cast Iron Clean-Out Door 8 in. x 10 in.: Patio, Lawn & Garden
What did you decide to go with?

I was leani g towards custom fabrication, but those are some prtty good prices.
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Old 05-01-2013, 07:25 AM   #242
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There's a fella here that makes custom, plasma cut steel for the BBQ folks.
He made Cowgirls grill/grate. I'm sure he could make a neat looking custom door for you.
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I was leani g towards custom fabrication, but those are some prtty good prices.
I like the woodeze better. Made in the USA! Matches the build !
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:35 AM   #244
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What did you decide to go with?

I was leani g towards custom fabrication, but those are some prtty good prices.

I think i got the second one. The 8x10, its just the right size, and you cant beat the price, ill probably put it in this weekend.
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:36 AM   #245
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There's a fella here that makes custom, plasma cut steel for the BBQ folks.
He made Cowgirls grill/grate. I'm sure he could make a neat looking custom door for you.

Bob ive got the door in line, however i am going to have to make some custom stuff for the bbq pit, i havent really gotten that far to the pit, im all ears if you guys have any recommendations. My father in law is not bad with a welder so he will probably make some racks/grates and maybe a lid. We shall see.
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:38 AM   #246
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I like the woodeze better. Made in the USA! Matches the build !
They are both the same doors, just one is bigger than the other. Ya i like that too. If you guys go back to the first few pages i have posted a picture of the door.
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Here is the Cast Iron door im using for the BBQ pit, will be used as a air vent & to add coals & wood.

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V-wiz, great work on the build and thanks for bringing us along with you on your journey! Please keep us involved as you continue forward.
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I think i got the second one. The 8x10, its just the right size, and you cant beat the price, ill probably put it in this weekend.
I thought it seemed kind of small for adding wood/charcoal. I'm looking for something simular for an offset smoker just bigger. I also want some time of air intake controls beside just opening the door a little more.
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I thought it seemed kind of small for adding wood/charcoal. I'm looking for something simular for an offset smoker just bigger. I also want some time of air intake controls beside just opening the door a little more.

For my personal application i was mostly concerned about air flow, so this will work for me. As far as adding wood/coals it could be done also.
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I love the huge Made in USA on that door. America.... F*** YEAH! LOL, love that movie.
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Here is some update from the weekend. We used a grinder to widen the crack on the dome, filled them with Rutland Mortar, added 6" of ceramic fiber blanket, then stucco right over it. It came out very even and very round. The trick is to cut the insulation where they over lap. I really dont understand why most people use V-crete.








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Thats a good looking build!
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