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Heat deflector/ Pizza stone for cadet or p-series


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Buddy has an older Cadet or p series or that looks to be that small size. He said that with his lid open his od is 12.25'' and id is 10.75'' with a firebox measuring 9.75'' od and id of 8 3/8''. He is considering getting the vision branded stone and cutting it to size. I was wondering if there may be a better option for him. He also is considering cutting one from a soapstone blank  at a thickness of 1 1/4''. Any help is appreciated. I'm sending him the link to the thread in hopes that he'll join.

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Another inexpensive option for a deflector is an 8" foil pie pan full of common sand. It will never crack and if it gets yucky after awhile put new sand in or get a new plate. You'd have to use a lot of them up before you got up to the price of a stone. And by then most stones would have cracked anyway.

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