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hello, would anyone have for sale plans and material list for a ti-fighter fire pit? thank you.
 

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That is neat looking but maybe not so practical for a fire pit. Maybe after the propane tanks gets really hot, it will put off some heat. It seems that fire gazing would only be practical when looking straight on from the one end, but what would I know, I have never seen one in use nor ever heard of one prior to this post.
 

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That is neat looking but maybe not so practical for a fire pit. Maybe after the propane tanks gets really hot, it will put off some heat. It seems that fire gazing would only be practical when looking straight on from the one end, but what would I know, I have never seen one in use nor ever heard of one prior to this post.
This one has a better design, but I think they are more for ambiance than a source of outdoor warmth.vvcap 2021-01-31-20-30-26.jpg
 

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Since I am a cheap skate, I would just put some legs on a tire rim from a 22" heavy truck tire. It isnt as pretty but it works just as well for burning wood outdoors.
 

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Looks pretty easy to make. I would make a closable lid for the top so it would radiate more heat
I would put the damper on the front like a wood stove so you can regulate the burn better. Having it blazing like the photo might get it too hot.
 

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If my stacked stone, 30 person outdoor fire pit wasn’t so nice to put your feet up on, I might create one like that. I like the looks of it.
 

Gary Fowler

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No place to prop your feet up on the Ti-fighter either. I suspect the wings will get super hot also if you get a roaring fire in it.
 

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Now place it about 18" higher so I dont have to bend over with my bad back and it would be perfect. (Except for the wood required to fire it, no wood cutting for me)
 

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I have all the wood I could ever need, just wondering how hot the front of that will get, attempting to get to the grill.
 

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Even better, how about a millinium Falcon, that clamshell opens into a wood fired Pizza Oven
 
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