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Project by Doublewide posted 04-10-2015 06:08 PM 3358 views 8 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Latest project for the back patio. Distressed, stained, and weather resistant polyurethane.





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helluvawreck

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#1 posted 04-10-2015 06:57 PM

That’s a real nice one. Congratulations.

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KayBee

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#2 posted 04-11-2015 12:17 AM

Nice. How did you mount the grill in the table?

-- Karen - a little bit of stupid goes a long way

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Doublewide

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#3 posted 04-11-2015 01:28 AM

Thanks, I cut the handles off with a dremel, then took the legs off. Once I had the opening cut out of the table, I attached the kettle to the underside of the table with L-brackets. When I cut the holes in the kettle for the bolts, I sprayed the holes with high heat paint, I also sprayed the brackets, bolts and nuts to prevent rusting. The mounting of the kettle at the right height was the hardest part. Too low and the kettle top will touch the wood. Too high and it won’t look flush.

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KelSnake

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#4 posted 04-11-2015 02:15 AM

Very Nice! ...got me to thinking I need one now.

-- Kel Snake, ~ Mystery By Design ~ Find me on Etsy ~

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KayBee

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#5 posted 04-12-2015 03:00 AM

Thanks, I like that idea lots better than hanging that by the handles.

-- Karen - a little bit of stupid goes a long way

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Markv14

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#6 posted 09-03-2016 11:56 AM

Very nice what size is the hole

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Doublewide

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#7 posted 09-03-2016 07:13 PM

The hole is the outside diameter of the top to the Weber kettle. I placed it on the wood, traced the diameter, then cut. However, I have since modified it because it was warping the wood really bad. It was too close to the heat. So here is an updated version. I cut and welded iron to the kettle and the bolted it to the table. Just need to finish up with some stain.

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bill4123

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#8 posted 09-30-2018 02:11 AM

Yesss!!! I was looking for projects like this specifically because of my KettlePizza insert! Nice work and I’m certain nice pizzas ;) .

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