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    Weber Genesis 1000 1999--RED *RESTORED* #3

    Weber Genesis 1000 1999--RED *RESTORED* #3
    BEFORE/AFTER!!!

    Each one gets easier!!

    Tiger Maple for top table slats/Redwood fold up table/Douglas Fir handle--NO stain!!! Only 2 coats Spar Urethane

    This one's going to SANTA!!!



















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    Your woodwork is gorgeous! So, does Santa take it to the North Pole, or do you get to take care of it for him?
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    The wood is beautiful. Now, throw some ribs on that baby and lets eat.
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    Honestly only critique I can note is the wide planks of wood look outta place to me otherwise wonderful

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMichaels View Post
    Honestly only critique I can note is the wide planks of wood look outta place to me otherwise wonderful
    yes...the widest I've used so far, (5.25") and the MOST color wood combos....its def. a more unique looking grill. I think the more narrow wood 1.50" looks best..just TOO MUCH labor to install/measure/screw. Out of any restoration, attaching wood slats is the BIGGEST pain! I often just leave the wood free standing and cut a tad longer so it fits snug in metal holding brackets!!
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    That's one of the best restorations I've seen. Nice work.

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