They are working ok, even if I put the flange on the outside. Its just a bit close to scraping for my liking. I'd like the pin a bit closer to the chamber and further away from the cut to make the door work better. I just had to knock something up so I could make the cut. Better ones will follow...And I could rework those ones for the firebox door. I put it on stands and rolled the axle under to see how it sits. It all looked good, it should all mount ok. The picture is a little deceiving, the cook chamber needs to be a little higher, but that's good as it would mean the legs and the axle mounts would be in the same ball park The yellow vertical near the chain block is a tape measure, I was assessing stack height. If I used 6" pipe it would need to be 54"tall, with 8"pipe only 30.5"tall. (from Feldons Calculator). I'm thinking of going with the 6" and removing it for transport. That way the smoke would be clear of people around it and could be better seen from a distance. What do you think?