TVWBB 2-Star Olympian
OK, I promised photos, here you go. Before and after. The grill is not 100% stock. You will notice several changes. Some subtle, some not so subtle.
A coupe more close ups
Sweet. I like the black curved end piece on the left gray table side. Is that a weber part? Is it plastic or metal?
Bruce as usual what an excellent job what did you use for the high heat clear really makes the Weber logo with the red kettle stand out.
Nice work Bruce! You continue to set the bar when it comes to restorations! So what'll be the asking price for that one? I say $400!
I want thoughts on the black end cap handles. The right one looks great, but the left one is designed for the thermoset tables on a 2005 Silver B. In the front on the left hand side, the handle isn't flush with the grill and doesn't quite look right. I am not sure if it is even noticeable unless you are looking for it, but I notice it. What do you all think? I still have the original small tube caps and can easily swap them back in, but I really like the idea of usable handles on the grill. The right hand end cap is perfect.
Jon, I just pushed them in the frame ends and then drilled a small hole on the inside edge of the tube and put a small machine type screw into the hole into plastic end cap. You have to do it down low on the frame bar so the durawood tray doesn't hit it. That holds them in just fine. Basically, I replaced the larger 7/16" bolt with a simple screw.