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post #1 of 6 Old 05-01-2012, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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BBQ Cart to Rolling Miter Saw Station

Found this plan and thought some might be interested.
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post #2 of 6 Old 05-01-2012, 07:20 PM
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That's a good idea. Never thought of that.
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Looks like a good idea. My grill just burnt down. Today, melted the knobs. Lol

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If your grill is now out of serivce, you've gotta make the BBQ Miter Stand for us. Even if you don't use it, I'm sure you can resell it.
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Originally Posted by Dominick View Post
Looks like a good idea. My grill just burnt down. Today, melted the knobs. Lol

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I'd be more interested in WTH the handles melted and if I could fix it. Cheaper to build a new wooden cart then buy a new grill. My burners were bad and fire was everywhere in the grill. I tried to order new burners from sears but they were $36 each x 5 plus shipping. Looked on Amazon found some that were close and it works great now. Total cost to replace all 5 was $35.

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Guys, in a pinch, head to the local auto salvage/wrecking yard. Used knobs are $3 or less with many styles/colors to choose from. Plus, if your local yards are anything like the ones in my area, less than 5-$10 will get you a toasted grill too.

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