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Unread 04-14-2013, 04:32 PM   #1
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Default custom Green Egg cart

My buddy and I got are thinking caps on and came up with this for my large Green Egg.. It is built off a wagon frame from tracker supply.. It turned out great..

the top is oak stained with cherry, the block is 16 inches and resisted into the frame. We put 200 pounds on the cart to test it and it rolled great.
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Unread 04-14-2013, 04:34 PM   #2
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that sucks they all came out sideways
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Looks good so far.
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got a stiff neck looking at them...but that is a Nice Lookin Cart !! I have a wagon in the garage that just might have to be a donor !!
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I have that problem with the sideways pictures sometimes as well. I save them to the desktop and then rotate the picture by right clicking and choosing rotate.
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I have that problem with the sideways pictures sometimes as well. I save them to the desktop and then rotate the picture by right clicking and choosing rotate.
funny thing is there the right way in my pic folder lol not sure what happened.
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Very nice That is really nice work What kind of tires
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Very nice That is really nice work What kind of tires
They are off a yard wagon sold at tractor supply.
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Must have been hard to build at that angle :) Mad props! Looks good though from the side.
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how do you get the egg to stay in? Looks like an awesome cart!
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that sucks they all came out sideways
My neck hurts...


























That's gonna be a sweet cart!
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how do you get the egg to stay in? Looks like an awesome cart!
when traveling I will use tie downs to the cart and one on the egg.. I have rubber wedges to go around the egg on the upper edge to keep it from wobbling when traveling. when I am ready to cook I take the wedges out and cook away..
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Very cool mobile option! Those beefy wheels will come in handy.
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My buddy and I got are thinking caps on and came up with this for my large Green Egg.. It is built off a wagon frame from tracker supply.. It turned out great..

the top is oak stained with cherry, the block is 16 inches and resisted into the frame. We put 200 pounds on the cart to test it and it rolled great.
here is a pic with a few coats of clear poly.
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Nice work! Time to go muddin!
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