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Thread: My $17 WSM Cart

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    My $17 WSM Cart

    Long time lurker first time poster. My work was throwing out an old metro cart that was a bit bent out of shape. I did my best to straighten it out. I cut out the top shelf to accommodate my 18” WSM. Spent $17 on lumber and had the hardware and screws left over from previous DIY projects. I attached some supports to what was left of the top shelf. Then built the table top on the supports. Screwed everything from the bottom to keep a finished look. Added an old bike hook as a lid holder. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out and didn’t cost me much at all.

    Just need to attach some small hooks for my grilling accessories and maybe a paper towel rod. I may try to figure out how to enclose it at some point to help with a wind break.

    Plus a bonus brisket pic.




    Last edited by Reggie V; 09-25-2018 at 06:39 PM.

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    That Looks Great! It is something I might have to give a try. One of the only things holding me back is my lack of skills. LOL! Brisket isn't too shabby either.
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Rich Dahl's Avatar
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    Nice reuse on the cart, looks great.
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    Good job! I want to do something for mine too but, have not decided what to do! If the right carriage comes along, it will just hit the right chord!
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    That is so cool, I wish I had even a tiny bit of talent to do something like that..seems like I am always looking for a flat sureface to put things on. But can't even hammer a nail straight ��
    2001 Genesis Silver B. 18.5" WSM 14" Smokey Joe Mini 22" Black Performer Deluxe

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    Great idea. Looking to do something similar for my slicer. Been looking for a cheap table for a year now w/o success. One day
    So many recipes, so little time
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