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  1. Hi All, I have been given a Skutt 818 that is not working, and I'm interested in converting it to a propane fired kiln. I've read everything on this site that I can find about the process, but what I don't know is whether this kiln is too small for such a conversion. I've fired only to cone 5-6 in the past (with electric kilns) and that's what I would want to fire to in this one. I could go to cone 10 if that's more realistic (it seems everyone who does these conversions is going for cone 10). Skutt lists the capacity as 2.6 cubic feet - 18 inches wide and 18 inches deep. I rea
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