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Unread 07-07-2013, 09:26 PM   #16
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Hmmm, will my 26 fit on that?
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Unread 07-07-2013, 09:41 PM   #17
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I really like that I'll have a space for my OTS lid that has been sacrificed to the pizza making gods.
Would love to see a close up shot of your pizza "oven" lid, both on and off your "Performer" kettle bottom. Looks like a great idea... does it work well?
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Unread 07-07-2013, 10:03 PM   #18
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Here's a sneak preview. I'm going to do a thread on it once I get it dialed in. The cut may be too big. Might end up putting that back together with a hinge for fire tending and going with a smaller opening.

20" pizza pan for the shelf. 18" for the lid heat deflector.
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Unread 07-07-2013, 10:06 PM   #19
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Hmmm, will my 26 fit on that?
Not so much. The 22 barely does. This table would be perfect for the 18. Can you say jumbo joe performer?
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That's a slick set up. Looks very clean!
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Here's a sneak preview. I'm going to do a thread on it once I get it dialed in. The cut may be too big. Might end up putting that back together with a hinge for fire tending and going with a smaller opening.

20" pizza pan for the shelf. 18" for the lid heat deflector.
Awesome! I'll be looking for that thread. Thanks for the sneak peak!
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But where do the lid and tools go, you ask?



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Sweet set up you got there!!
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Love the set up!!! One of the other fellas sent me this link... Great idea for sure!!! Wanting to figure out how to incorporate my kamado in my table as well

Muidaq - do you mind sharing where you got the weber lid holder and the smaller SS hooks? I keep getting closer and closer to exactly what I'm envisioning
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Looks great mate, thanks for posting
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Both the lid and the hooks are weber parts. Just cut and/or straightened so they could be attached to the table.

Be sure to check out the Primo forum to see how they are using it. This table could do a 22" Weber and probably up to a large BGE. I even toyed with doing two cutouts for cookers and another table for the work surface.

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I think I might go have a look at one of those to use as a prep table and replace my plastic top folding table. The table top is the only part that is stainless steel. I wonder if I'd have issues with rust on the rest of it?
Those tables from sam's are NSF rated. I have used them for a couple years, no rust yet "knock on wood"
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Nice table. You need to add one of these to make it complete.



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outstanding job
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I've been on the lookout for a BBQ cart when I came across a thread on the Primo forum about a $100 stainless cart from Sam's club people were using to hold their Oval XLs. Well the price has increased to $115, but it's still a steal. A few jigsaw blades, a half dozen Dremel cutting wheels, and some L brackets later, viola.

The hole is 22.5" but there is lower structure that prevents the handles from sitting on the tabletop, which was the original plan, but that's ok by me. Now the only direct heat transfer from the kettle to the table is through the support brackets.




The mini WSM fitting on the bottom was just icing on the cake. It's a tight fit, but I can lower the bottom shelf another 1.5".
I just picked up this table to make a similar cart. Have you had any heat issues? I too will keep space between the kettle and the table.
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