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Fire brick for sale Cheap!!

 
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I have the opportunity to purchase a decent sized lot of fire brick (around 2000)

Anyone in the market for some fire brick from Dixie Fire Brick Company Kimberly, AL

Dimensions on these brick are 2.5 x 4.5 x 8.5 they are close to 8lbs each.

According to the internet DFBC bricks for prized for having extremely high firing temps.

Anyone interested in buying some to do a RMH? That's what I'm doing with my part.
The bricks will be less than $1.00 each.
While the fire brick on amazon.com runs about $5.50 each.





 
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Sounds interesting! What do you suppose shipping would cost to New York State for 100 of them?
 
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probably a ridiculous amount I'm sure!
 
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Jay do you still have some of these brick?
Thanks
Tommy
 
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The brick are all gone.
 
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Thanks
 
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