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Old 05-16-2013, 09:19 PM   #11
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I place both stones in the middle and once they've heated up I have a nice aprox 4 inch space that is good and hot with what seems like even heat top and bottom.

Sometimes I use the convection but it doesn't seem to make much difference.
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Andy - I looked at the article and could not find a reference to stone thickness. Although the recommended stone was the "Old Stone Oven" brand. You may be able to get some info off the Internet
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Andy - I looked at the article and could not find a reference to stone thickness. Although the recommended stone was the "Old Stone Oven" brand. You may be able to get some info off the Internet

Thanks GA. Those stones are listed at 1/2" to 3/8" thick. It is counter-intuitive to me that it would take so long to heat a stone to oven temp. I believe what you're saying. Just hard to take.
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