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    Very clever! I’ll add that to the “when I get a 26” list
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Very clever! I’ll add that to the “when I get a 26” list
    Haha...I added this project to the "how do you explain this to the wife" list.
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    One question now that I look at it again, why leave the legs on? Seems like something to just bash a shin against at just the wrong minute.
    Sometimes I am just confusing!
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    2 Reasons for the legs: 1) I'll lose them in my clutter. 4 garages, 1 workshop, 3 storage sheds...so best place to keep them is attached. 2) This whole assembly can be deconstructed in 2 mins. Nothing is attached permanently. I can lift the grill out by removing one screw (hand tightened). The boards that make the table sit on the lip of the bakers scaffolding. The roof has a continuous rod attached with nuts on each side. So, disassemble is easy, but it is all tight and secure at the same time.

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    no shin bashing cause the legs sit inside of the scaffolding. Currently, I attached a little rack (using an above ground pool ladder and zip ties) from the legs to the opposite side of the scaffolding for storage.

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    Charles, I showed your pics to my crew and you got a big thumbs up!!

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    Thanks, Tim!

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    I understand the storage issue sure as you’re born! I have ten pounds of stuff in a five pound garage! The added advantage of having them still attached for times when the rig needs to be disassembled makes a lot of sense as well!
    Very cool.
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    Scaffloding is a great out of box idea, makes we want to revisit my 26" and install a top.
    Last edited by Tom Bagley; 07-14-2019 at 11:54 AM.

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