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Unread 11-11-2009, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default stainless cart?

I have a chance to buy the pictured stainless steel cart for 50 bucks, maybe less. only prob is, it's about and hour and half away from me.

I have an older Ceramic "egg" style cooker that I thought it might be perfect for.

Worth it???
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Yes. If you have a need for it.
Looks like it would make a great nest or grilling accessory cart.
I would buy it

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I have one like that. Not sure it would make a good nest cart. The lip would make cleaning dufficult. Nice to move things on rough surfaces as lip keeps things from sliding off. I use mine as a welding cart.
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thanks guys...local sams up here has same cart's as Rick uses for his eggs. might have to think about one of those instead.
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I got a cart for $5 at a garage sale, they wanted $15. A bargin at $15, but I like to horse trade and got them down to $5. I'm using mine for a garden prep and storage. .



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It looks like it would clean up pretty nice but I think it would be to small for a Egg cart. Unless it just worked good for you.
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