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Unread 01-19-2005, 11:06 AM   #86
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You may also want to bury some threaded rod in the concrete and bolt that farker down.
That is a good idea. I ran a 2X6 between 2 posts behind my smoker & grill and then bolted them to it with 1/8X1 1/4 steel. No more tipping. The threaded rod sounds like a much nicer method.
in the pit they are up against a fence so cant tip over and at 1000 lbs aint blowing over. So the only time its an isue is when im moving them. The BYC doesnt have locking wheels, so that one is chocked from and back ot he wheels. the new one has locking wheels so it cant roll around.
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