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Thread: Rolling Cart for WSM

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    Rolling Cart for WSM

    IMG_2577 by Steve Wright, on Flickr have been an avid smoker and lurk on this site often. Decided to sign up and become legit to share my cart project.
    Got tired of moving everything by hand and searching for a spot to set something down so this cart was born

    Get one of these from Harbor Freight for $60

    https://www.harborfreight.com/24-in-...art-62587.html

    Order a drill powered "nibbler" from Amazon ($25-$75)

    Situate smoker where desired on cart and pencil outline

    Drill a pilot hole and start nibbling a hole for the smoker

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/148512.../shares/t7W7a6

    Assemble the cart per the instructions in the box but remember to invert the top tray so you have a smooth work surface

    Slip it all together !

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/148512.../shares/10iv3i
    Last edited by SWright; 05-25-2019 at 09:29 AM.

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    Wow. Nice first post! That's a very impressive idea!
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    I likey!!!

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    Well done. Probably easy to a 2/3s coverage wind shield too.
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    Just discovered the rain cover from my Performer (Gen 1) fits almost perfectly ! Guess I just need to slap a Weber nameplate on it to complete the illusion of a factory product.

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    Very nice cart, that should work out well. I made a dual purpose cart for WSM and jumbo joe with a side burner for lighting the coals. Made it from a genesis 1000 frame, makes it a whole lot easier to have a work surface.
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    Very cool!

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    Very nice, clean mod.
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    I like it a lot,
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    Great idea, good job

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