Got my Fire Ring Guy table.

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This thing is heavy duty and I think will be great. I constantly wanted more workspace.
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That does look good! I'm sure it will be very handy to have the extra space.
 
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Looks real good. Sounds like he has another satisfied customer. I am ordering mine today. Just ordered casters as well. 👍🏼
Excellent, I think you will be happy with both.
 

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I ordered one for my EX6, Father’s Day, from my family. Can’t wait to put it on once it’s here.
 

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I purchased the table and it is rock solid. it attaches easily and the cover fits with it attached.
i have what could be a stupid question. In the picture ave I see that the smoker new wheels. How do you remove the old ones and install the new set. Not excited about the thought of having to tip the grill on its side.
 

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I purchased the table and it is rock solid. it attaches easily and the cover fits with it attached.
i have what could be a stupid question. In the picture ave I see that the smoker new wheels. How do you remove the old ones and install the new set. Not excited about the thought of having to tip the grill on its side.
I used a house jack, I know most people won’t have one but maybe a car jack with some wood to help out?
Abmet might have a better idea.
I agree one of the reasons I love the table is the cover still fits.
 
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I used a bucket with some 2x4’s across the top and did one side at a time. Just be careful when lifting so you don’t tip it too far.
 

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I hung mine one leg a time of the step of my deck. My son and I took turns supporting the other side of the grill while the wheels were replaced. Looking forward to getting my table in a week or so!

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