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Unread 10-28-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know of a Weber Kettle Table Mod?

A random thought -- anyone ever see (or maybe make?) a table that would accommodate a standard 22.5"Weber kettle? Of course, there's the Performer (and the One Touch Platinum, which I own), but seems like there'd be a market for a nice wooden table + work surface that could accommodate the three leg mounts... kind of like a kamodo table.
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There have been some around. Mostly they are more permanent tables and not very portable. I built a cart to hold UDS's and it has a kettle mounted in the middle. If I ever get done with house stuff I have plans to build some more portable carts for kettles.

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Here's my winter project this year......

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Weber makes a side table http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...blue+workhorse
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awesome projects guys!
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Thanks for the link to my thread :D. I loving that side table so far!
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Great and awesome ideas! I think I'm going to have to make a universal table that can adjust to size.
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Yeah, I'm thinking I may need to spend some time in the shop...
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you talkin just side tables ?
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you talkin just side tables ?
In my head, I'm thinking a mix of workspace utility as well as attractiveness. I see wood tables for cookers like the BGE or the Primo XL and see form and function combined. As much as I love my Webers, you'd think there'd be a more utilitarian and better looking option than the aluminum legs or temp treated plastic side tables.

Great pix, guys! Gives me many ideas....
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