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GMDGeek
04-02-2013, 07:12 PM
OK so I'm looking around at Weber tables ... and am curious what one would pay for a Stainless Steel table that the weber sits in at one end with a stainless steel shelf under and the legs and supports are powder coated?

Guy at work told me he would make one but I'm not sure what a good price is. Basically would look similar to this but with stainless steel.

http://images04.olx.com/ui/13/42/04/1299703027_175413804_2-Green-Egg-tables-or-Weber-grill-tables-Rosemary-Beach.jpg

oifmarine2003
04-02-2013, 07:18 PM
Just in scrap value alone, the stainless would be worth .71/pound. Retail figure 2-3x that much. Depends on how much it might weight.

Carbon
04-02-2013, 07:27 PM
At one time I thought about modifying a commercial SS kitchen table for the kettle. A decent quality 30x60 SS table with backsplash alone runs about $400+ so it ain't gonna be cheap.

Butt Rubb'n BBQ
04-02-2013, 07:31 PM
Holy crap man that thing would be beautiful and I don't cook on a webber. First thing you need to know is what gauge stainless will it be. That makes a huge difference on price. If 18 won't be as durable but if you hit 14 it will be a beast. With 14 gauge at a retail store you would pay min $500. That bad boy is on casters to. I would think $300 is a good deal. Happy smoking!

GMDGeek
04-02-2013, 08:42 PM
He is thinking $400-500 for the first one which is a prototype - I guess and I'll be the Guinea pig. He called and is trying to figure out if its a successful build if there would be a market for it. I told him build mine first and we will see hahah..

landarc
04-02-2013, 08:57 PM
It's a beautiful table and with stainless, but, if it runs over $300, I have a hard time seeing a Weber kettle owner jumping for it.

Offthehook
04-02-2013, 09:35 PM
I would love to see the first one and 500$ would be a lot but not out of the question.

GMDGeek
04-02-2013, 10:22 PM
He thoughts were for GE and Kamados ... strange how a simple conversation bout me going to Lowes to get lumber went that route.

Hook_Line_and_Sinker
04-03-2013, 12:37 AM
Costco sells a ss prep table for @ $120. It has a lower shelf that's seems about the right height. All it needs is the hole cut in it. It's flat with no backsplash. Albeit cutting a hole in stainless isn't a peace of cake it is doable.

martyleach
04-03-2013, 12:42 AM
The problem with that Costco table is that the top is bonded with something under it. If you place a hot chimney on it, there will be a loud separation. I would highly recommend not putting a kettle in the middle of that. Sounds like I have some experience on this issue you think. True!

Costco sells a ss prep table for @ $120. It has a lower shelf that's seems about the right height. All it needs is the hole cut in it. It's flat with no backsplash. Albeit cutting a hole in stainless isn't a peace of cake it is doable.