The grill is more or less tight, I wheel it around and it’s not falling apart-Pics might help us suggest options.
Yes, I did and I thought about trimming the 36” long bottom braces 1/16” overall to compensate for the increased length but decided against it.John, did you replace the star connectors in your lower frame braces with the kind that stick out a little bit? I can't think of the name of them at the moment, but that little bit sticking out on both sides could account for your frame not being square and sturdy. Just thinking out loud.
Ok I’ll add that to the mix-
Good idea- I happen to have a tray full- they are either stainless or chrome plated, but the price is right and they will look much better than regular nuts- thanksAnd if you want it to look fancy, after you cut off the rod, install stainless steel acorn nuts instead of regular ones. And put never seize on them so you can get it apart in ten years for the next refurb.
I’m baaa-aack inGood luck. FB is run by bots that flag stuff and since you were new, you probably have 5 strikes against you to start with. I got flagged a couple times early on as well, but I still have no real personal info, photos and my only friends are my two kids. Oh, and my name is not fully legit either.
In "free grill" situations, I ask that they not place the grill too close to the road.Parts missing. Use it as a sturdy shell to rebuild one or take for scrap value. Let me know when you want to come and I’ll put it out at the end of the driveway for you.newjersey.craigslist.org
At least the person will wait for some to contact them before moving it to the curb.