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Re: Four Grand Mere mobile wood fired ovens
« Reply #80 on: February 25, 2014, 12:56:23 PM »
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What is the footprint of that beauty unhitched Antoine?
I'm very familiar with your oven on this one...out the door forum member nice price?  8)

Bob
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Looks Great !!! Personally I really prefer that look and side mount too? also  the additional height on the oven and trailer make it  Really Nice Antoine! What keeps it from sliding off the trailer ?
Nice work !
John

Bob,

Thank you.
The trailer is 6' wide at the wheels and 6' long for the trailer platform plus about 30" for the tong.

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John,

Thank you as well for the comments and your continued mentorship and support.

To keep it on the trailer, same as all FGM, I use a special bracing system to keep the oven securely into place. Even my big 1500 that weights 2,500 lbs hasn't budge. The trailer was designed to receive the bracing system and properly support the oven.
See a picture bellow.

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Re: Four Grand Mere mobile wood fired ovens
« Reply #81 on: February 26, 2014, 11:25:33 AM »
Antoine,

Ever consider creating a "swivel" type mount?

One of the things our team learned this past year is that backing the trailer up into small spots is a difficult skill/art, and lifting it by ourselves to move it into place is backbreaking work, even with multiple people lifting...

An oven that could turn to face multiple directions would have been very useful... I don't know how feasible, but just an idea.
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Re: Four Grand Mere mobile wood fired ovens
« Reply #82 on: February 26, 2014, 11:41:37 AM »
Ever consider creating a "swivel" type mount?

Very good question, and yes it is in the works.

I am right now working on a project for a costumer where the oven will be mounted inside a fire truck. The oven is going to be mounted on a sliding tray and be pulled out of the fire truck when used.
Needless to say a sliding tray able to handle a 3,000 lbs oven fully extended was a unique design but we did it.
Pictures to come in a few weeks.

Flowing down from that project was the idea we are working on a turret to be able to place the oven entry anyway direction we want. Certainly looking forward to actual realization of this project.
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Re: Four Grand Mere mobile wood fired ovens
« Reply #83 on: February 26, 2014, 09:21:15 PM »
LePanyol uses the turret mount system with the 3 stop L side, back, Rt. side and after 2 years I would agree Its a very slick option. If anyone can get it done "right" its antione ! let the swiveling begin !  :-D
post pics when its done please.  ;)
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Re: Four Grand Mere mobile wood fired ovens
« Reply #84 on: February 26, 2014, 10:44:18 PM »
Is the first one for you John?  :-D
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