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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty James View Post
    Robert, are you concerned that the side table supports could pop loose if accidentally hit in an upwards motion? Maybe not, but it's just something that stuck out to me.
    That could happen, I suppose. It would have to be on both sides of the "table" at the same time.
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    Very nice unit, have you got any picture of the monster burner lit? and if you don't mind saying where did you source that burner from, thanks Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Cleveland View Post
    Very nice unit, have you got any picture of the monster burner lit? and if you don't mind saying where did you source that burner from, thanks Steve
    Thanks. No pix of the burner lit, yet. Got it here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Single-Burne...4AAOSwdGFY3DRe
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    If I could only use one word to express my admiration for the design and execution, it would have to be "WOW!"
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    Thanks, Timothy!

    Did some more work on the burner cover:



    How it works: place the cover, tabs down & fit into the slots. Rotate the cover to "lock".
    The fins on the burner act as a support for the cover & also limit how far the cover will rotate left or right.





    It's about time to paint.
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    That's an awesome solution!
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    Good job on the burner cover!
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    I repeat my previous statement! Very cool indeed! I want one! And then I want a ranch set up the same way! Holy cow that would be something to move around but, with the right wheels.....
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