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    needing Version 1 performer cross bar fix

    I have now my second touch n go performer grill in my life, the year 2000. It's always the part Weber does not have that goes first. The Two long crossbars across the bottom. Is there a fabrication for the internal nut thread inside these? Of course I'm not wanting to put angle braces on the frame. I LOVE the Version 1 SS. There are 2 versions of the V.1, I've had both now. Same square tube problem.
    Thanks, Bob.
    Last edited by Bobert; 06-21-2018 at 12:28 PM.

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    Bob, I don't own Gen1 Performer personally so I don't know if those crossbars are 1" or 1.25" square bars.

    Have you seen this thread?

    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?743...-Nut-Connector
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    How do I post a pic in this forum?

    I wondered about the pulling force this table leg adjuster end can take over time. I just saw this and since I posted and I've come up with another solution.
    [IMG]file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/20180626_172115%20(2).jpg[/IMG]
    1/4" all thread, 7/8 rubber bumpers, original plastic washer and lock nut.

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    Here's a guide for posting photos.
    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?358...tions-anywhere

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    Sorry, I won't buy into that Photo bucket crap. It's so old school, and money based. Soo... the 7/8" rubber bumpers (from THD) have been inserted by the center by the1/4" all thread. The small end of the taper plugged into the tube to keep the it centered. The all-thread is the strength member. File down the thread ends at the locking nuts under the original black plastic washers after tightening . So no picture, not my fault.

    Bob
    Last edited by Bobert; 06-26-2018 at 04:38 PM.

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    Sorry I was of no help.
    Few, if any, use PB anymore.
    Some are using Imgur, others Flickr.
    Perhaps Chris needs to update that thread, it's pretty old and I have not read it recently.

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    Bobert, I use tinypics.com for photos. Click button to browse for photo, select 640x480 for size.

    Copy the contents of the box labeled: "IMG Code for Forums & Message Boards" and paste it right into your reply.
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