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Unread 12-21-2012, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default My new 22.5 WSM - on wheels

I found the little "attach photo" button. Here's my new WSM found on craigslist. I added some rollerblade style wheels to move it around the patio out back. It is very flat, so should not have any rolling away issues. The wheels are solid urathane, rated at 150 Lbs each, so I should be all good. Picked them up at HF for about for 3 bucks each. They were out of the ones with the brake on them, may swap one out later if necessary.

(Pay no attention to the Bills dartboard in the background. It was given to me by a friend, and I haven't got around to doing the refinish on it. I am also blocking the wife's parking spot )
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Unread 12-21-2012, 09:33 AM   #2
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Wheels are good.
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I've been considering wheels for my 18.5. Looks good!
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You get points for blocking a parking spot with a cooker... extra credit for it being your wife's spot
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i like your wheel idea. might have to do that to my 2 WSM's.
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WSM mods are cool, nice job on the wheels. Good luck with your new WSM.
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I mod'd my 22.5" WSM with casters a couple years ago. After you move this once from one side of the house to the other, you will be glad you did it.

BTW, what's a Bills fan doing down south?
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I mod'd my 22.5" WSM with casters a couple years ago. After you move this once from one side of the house to the other, you will be glad you did it.

BTW, what's a Bills fan doing down south?
He was from NY, moved back and wanted to take as little as possible, he gave a way most of his stuff.
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