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    Weber Table

    So I've had a WSM for a while now, my brother built me a cool side table with magnets and it's worked very well.


    So when I decided this summer I wanted to get a Kettle as well, but I had this idea for a table that would hold both. Had to bribe my Brother-in-law into helping me: bought him some kind of table saw thing, promised him a brisket, and then we built this:



    Built with Cedar milled from his land and a scrap piece of Granite leftover from my kitchen counter tops.

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    Damn Karl those are cool!

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    I like that side table. I did something similar about 8 years sgo.
    Now I just have to remember how to post a pic again.
    https://imgur.com/gallery/HO8jH
    Last edited by Mac; 09-16-2017 at 09:24 PM.
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    Magnets are way cool of an idea.

    Love the cedar work table. Nice craftsmanship.... now when do we eat?
    *Cooking Things: Gas GA, Q100, 14" WSM prototype, 18" WSM prototype, 22" red gumball, 22 blue gumball, smoky joe, SS Genesis... I think I forgot one or two...

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    Great stuff, Karl!
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    I've grilled steaks in the Kettle and did a round of ribs on the WSM, happy to report the wood didn't heat up any more than it was at the unused end from just being in the sun. That's for all the kind words, Nate (my brother in law) is the woodworking guy, I just had an idea and was lucky enough to know someone with lots of saws and knowledge.

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