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Old 07-04-2014, 04:32 PM   #1
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Join Date: 05-23-14
Location: Lost Angeles
Default Safely lifting a kamado

Here's a home-made version of the "pot-lifter" you can make with a quick visit to a local hardware store...

Two Cam buckle straps snugged up around the belly & one over the top (to keep the other two from slipping down) 4 pvc/rope handles placed at 11,1,5 and 7 o'clock... Couldn't have done it alone but with my buddy helping it lifted waaay easier than I thought... (of course, I removed the firebox & grates first...)

It's a little nerve-wracking lifting a fancy BBQ flowerpot into a table so I wanted to make sure I didn't break it in the process...
All told I spent $20 and saved my back for when I'm old and gray..

Here's a link to the tutorial that got me started on this idea...

"Amat Victoria Curam" Victory loves Preparation.

PRIMO Oval XL, Weber OTG, Weber JJ, and an Old Kenmore gasser which is now the charcoal & wood storage bin...

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