Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 03-10-2003, 05:01 AM
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Before the winter sets in, I'm going to build a brick barbeque pit (Craft
Patterns no. 842), in my backyard. I've been looking for clean-out and
adjustable draft cast iron doors. So far, I've found large furnace doors for
sale on Ebay and a few web sites that sell expensive antique cast iron
doors. Has anyone out there been through this before? Would anyone know who
manufactures these items? Any help would be appreciated....

Joseph Randick


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Old 03-10-2003, 07:40 AM
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This company makes cast iron doors. They are for a barrel stoves / bbq but
should work on a brick pit as well.
http://www.vogelzang.com/Manuals/bk150eMnl.htm



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Before the winter sets in, I'm going to build a brick barbeque pit (Craft
Patterns no. 842), in my backyard. I've been looking for clean-out and
adjustable draft cast iron doors. So far, I've found large furnace doors

for
sale on Ebay and a few web sites that sell expensive antique cast iron
doors. Has anyone out there been through this before? Would anyone know

who
manufactures these items? Any help would be appreciated....

Joseph Randick


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Old 03-10-2003, 01:36 PM
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"A. Kesteloo" writes:
This company makes cast iron doors. They are for a barrel stoves / bbq but
should work on a brick pit as well.
http://www.vogelzang.com/Manuals/bk150eMnl.htm


I suspect you could also hit up wood-burning stove manufacturers
or dealers and just order doors. I'll be looking for these soon
as well. I've also thought about those cast chimney clean-out
door assemblies. I imagine you can get these in large sizes.

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Old 03-10-2003, 10:23 PM
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"psiviking" wrote in message
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Before the winter sets in, I'm going to build a brick barbeque pit (Craft
Patterns no. 842), in my backyard. I've been looking for clean-out and
adjustable draft cast iron doors. So far, I've found large furnace doors

for
sale on Ebay and a few web sites that sell expensive antique cast iron
doors. Has anyone out there been through this before? Would anyone know

who
manufactures these items? Any help would be appreciated....


These are ones I use. You'll have to call them to find out who in your area
is their distributor.

http://www.vestalmfg.com/building.htm




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