Originally Posted by ThatsWhatSheSaidBBQ
Forgot to ask. As you can see, we don't have any back stops for a door. We were concerned the paint would wear after opening and closing for so long.
Has anyone dipped the stop in silicone or rubber? Whatdyegot?
For stops I welded square stock to the top of the cooker then found rubber tips that go on the bottom of a walking stick / cane that fit over them. When they get a little old I just replace them .
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