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Thread: Bbq cart for 18.5 wsm

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    Bbq cart for 18.5 wsm

    Made by my uncle who likes to do woodwork. Granite top I bought used and porcelain tiles for the smoker area. Open storage area in the middle and a locking shelf for using it at a mini egg.




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    Cover I found on Amazon for ceramic cooker with table attachment.



    In egg mode with shelf locked up.

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    Impressive! Very fancy. Almost too nice to be used.

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    Nice job !

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    Beautiful, and practical at the same time. I want one!
    "If we took the bones out, it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?"
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    Oh, and nice catch on that cover. It looks like a Classic Accessories model. I have three, and they are great. Your cart deserves (and has) the best.
    "If we took the bones out, it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?"
    18.5 WSM | 22.5 OTG (green) | 22.5 Kettle (OTS, black)

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    Thanks guys, will let him know you like it. I knew it was coming and was getting pretty impatient near the end. Haha. Everytime I used the wsm, I would just wish I had a table. I may get him to make a second one for my other wsm at the cabin. Probably make it a bit different though. Still thinking of different ideas for it. Not really looking forward to brushing the snow off of it to use it in the winter

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    What are the basic dimensions of the cabinet/countertop portion. This looks amazing by the way.

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    The granite top is about 36"x25.5". The porcelain areas for the smoker is about 25" square. And its 37" high. Thanks! I'm loving using it. It has 4" high wheels.

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    I like it! The cover is an inspired solution!
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