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Old 09-09-2018, 06:12 PM   #1
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Built this table for my Weber kettle. I’m going to add a fish cooker burner to the other side. Probably a bayou classic, I’ll cut the hole out similar to the kettle side. Once the wood dries out a little I’ll seal it. When finished I’ll post pics
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Old 09-09-2018, 09:59 PM   #2
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Nice wood work ! Curious though, why not use casters and keep it off the ground so it doesn't rot ?

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I got a little ahead of myself. I ordered a set of casters they just haven’t arrived.
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Looks nice.
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liking it. look forward to seeing it stained/finished.
thanks for sharing.
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That is VERY nice!!
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Fish cooker/descada added
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Looks good. That fish cooker there scares the shit out of me though.
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Looks good. That fish cooker there scares the shit out of me though.
If itís heat that scares you I tested it today, ran it wide open for 20 minutes. Virtually no radiant heat was felt.

If itís the hodgepodge I-beam lifters that scares you, every thing is screwed down to include the cooker to the mini beams. I wanted to be able to take that camping, tailgating, hunting a few times a year.
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