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Its basically the same as round after the fluid dynamic guys figured it out. That's how I do mine.Jonathan wrote:How to get the length of square stack using the pit calculator
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To find the length for a square stack you just select the shape of the chimney as square and enter the size of the tubing.. 4x4 or what ever you're using and scroll down the page and it'll give you the required length.
Measure Twice.....Cut Three Times.
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