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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2011/03/03 19:16:23 (permalink)
Thanks, this is a great thread with a wealth of information for a new build. I'm going to build a BBQ vending trailer as soon as the snow melts, hopefully before May.
 
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2011/08/23 13:34:46 (permalink)
Thats quite a trailer chefbuba. .... Can i ask the length and width of that fine looking trailer
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2011/08/23 15:20:50 (permalink)
8.5 x 20

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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2011/08/23 22:00:38 (permalink)
that's what she said
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2011/11/16 13:16:25 (permalink)
your walls look great.  is it stainless glued to plywood? 
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2012/02/25 21:30:56 (permalink)
Hey Wild Dog,
Can you provide more info on this particular 12v fan option you mention? Link?
 
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2012/02/25 22:12:41 (permalink)
I opted for a regular volt fan that was powered by my generator. I can still give you that link if you want for the non 12v
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2012/02/25 22:44:37 (permalink)
Please do.
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2012/02/25 22:46:57 (permalink)
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Re:Mobile kitchen build info 2012/02/26 01:50:56 (permalink)
As far as AC fans go, was size your biggest concern for fitting into your hood? I've seen pics of your install.
 
I was at the local hardware store and saw an Air Vent Inc. brand (attic) fan. There were 3 different models all with varying CFMs. They ranged $60, $80, and $1000. I think the cheapest model blew out 1050 CFM. On amazon you can find it under Air Vent Inc. Gable Attic Ventilator 53315 for $54.
If you were to compare this one to the one you purchased and installed, what would be your analysis? Would the size of the Air Vent fan (about 18" sq) be the deal breaker?
Also, I didn't see a CFM listing for the fan you installed. Do you know what it is? I'll refer back to your install thread to see if I missed it.
 
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