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Old 07-12-2008, 04:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to get a 15" stainless or aluminum pizza pan?

I'd like to mod some pizza pans for the salt flat look for my steelies when winter time comes..

where do I get these and how much should I expect to pay for these bad boys?

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Old 07-12-2008, 07:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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resturant supplies, there may be at least two types that may be of interest, domed and flat they sell for 6.50 Canadian.................check with your local pizza shops they may direct you to where you may get them wholesale
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Try these links for pans,
Cheaper:
Hospitality Supply Online - Products

More sizes more expensive:
http://www.ramkitchen.com/catalog/pi...eb887490c48d7c

More styles:
http://www.akitchen.com/store/pizzapans.html
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Old 07-13-2008, 04:44 PM   #4 (permalink)
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It might be easier just to buy them ready to install. Racing disc hubcaps
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wal mart ... I found some there

but if you have the money get some real Moon eyes salt flat wheel covers
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Try these links for pans,
Cheaper:
Hospitality Supply Online - Products

More sizes more expensive:
Ram Kitchen Supply

More styles:
Pizza Pans
thanks.. seems like 15" is an odd size i suppose..

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It might be easier just to buy them ready to install. Racing disc hubcaps
possibly, but I'd be a little more bummed out if i lost one of those, but the nice thing is that they sell seperates

I'll have to think about which way to go about it..
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wow

Yep, I'll be getting some of these for Christmas I'm sure...
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I had 4 moon disks and I lost every single one of them, they all flew off. Took about 2 years but they flew off one by one.

dont buy moon disks and if you do, glue them on or something cause they WILL fall off.
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I had 4 moon disks and I lost every single one of them, they all flew off. Took about 2 years but they flew off one by one.
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I had 4 moon disks and I lost every single one of them, they all flew off. Took about 2 years but they flew off one by one.

dont buy moon disks and if you do, glue them on or something cause they WILL fall off.
...were those the "screw-on" or "snap-on" (wheel lip) discs?

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