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 hickster 03-29-2013 09:16 AM

Angles and dimensions

I'm building an out door fireplace, big enough to roast a hog on. I have pads that are 8' x 6'. How would I calculate my inside back angles and dimensions.

 GBrackins 03-29-2013 09:52 AM

got a photo or sketch of what you are trying to build?

 Tscarborough 03-29-2013 01:26 PM

You will need to line it with firebrick, as well.

 Metro 03-29-2013 04:40 PM

I would start my calculations at the center of the pad and always compensate for the firebrick you're going to have to build into it all.

Just my 2 cents.

for an outdoor fireplace big enough to roast a hog on, you'd 1st want to know the size of the hog, no ? :whistling2:

howzabout layout your firebrick liner's 1st course on the conc then drawing pencil lines,,, once you've got your lines down, shouldn't be too difficult to make a cardboard pattern :thumbsup: then who cares about angels ? :thumbup:

i think this is a fairly ambitious project for a newbie who doesn't even know the size of his guest hog :laughing:

 dakzaag 03-30-2013 08:18 AM

By definition a roaster hog is 100-120 pounds.

I would lay out the oven as suggested and then you can see what your cuts will look like. In this case it is probably easier to see the cuts, vs calculating them in advance.

Maybe your smarter than the average Joe, if so post your solution...:thumbup:

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