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Project by mcwillystylez posted 571 days ago 4892 views 7 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I just wanted to build a stand that was not as wobbly. I googled Weber grill stand and a pic popped up of a project from this sight. i was inspired by it. The air gap of 1 1/8 inch is more than enough to provide the blockage of heat transfer. The gentleman who’s project inspired me used a concrete ring. That should work but, I just fabricated some L brackets that utilize the rolled lip of the lower portion of the kettle for support and insulation from the wood top. I believe I will install some fancy casters for mobility when I become less broke.

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#1 posted 571 days ago

Great idea w/ the drawer/work surface.

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#2 posted 571 days ago

Looks like a nice project. Through use the ring will char some. Could take years though and you can fit it with a new ring.

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#3 posted 571 days ago

Cool a super idea.

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#4 posted 571 days ago

hmm… i see a great spot for real estate for a drill press, router, planer…etc :)
or maybe all workbench’s should have a weber grill built in too!

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#5 posted 571 days ago

This is the ultimate grill table, what would be better if you put on some beer taps, but that’s another story. I like Holbs idea, Tim Taylor had one on his show, just don’t mix up a batch of milkshakes only to find out it’s latex semi gloss.

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#6 posted 571 days ago

I like the paint job too.

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#7 posted 571 days ago

Very cool! I would love to make one of these!

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#8 posted 571 days ago

Good job, this is a project on my list.
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#9 posted 570 days ago

I like this idea a lot. Now I need to get a grill for it.

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#10 posted 567 days ago

Thanks guys. Great idea with the beer tap. I may just slap a bottle opener on it. So far it has worked great. Almost zero heat transfer. The drawer fits all my spatulas and other accessories. Now I’ve got to figure out a way to market it.

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#11 posted 1 day ago

Do you have the measurements/plan for building this project? Looks awesome!

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