Originally Posted by Crüe-B-Cüe
Cool video. I did mine by bolting the two pieces together and laying them flat on the floor. I then stood the grate on it's side right in the middle at one end and just rolled it by hand. Your way would have probably been easier.
Thanks! Were you using 9-gauge material? If so, you're strong! ;-)
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