- Mar 1, 2020
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- West Islip, NY
I used 316 stainless steel, 16 gauge. I made a template of the key hole slots before we started, didn't trust just the dimensions that I took. I think the nicest part is the return lip around the bottom of the shelf, not just the edge of the material if you stick your fingers underneath.Ok that is just freaking amazing, I’ve welded a lot of stainless in my day and that is some clean looking work.
I’d love some specs on it, SS type? Thickness? That is CLEAN!! Exactly what Weber should have put out!!
316 nice!!! That’s going to last you forever!! It’s a work of art really. I’m glad I can’t order one because I probably would.I used 316 stainless steel, 16 gauge. I made a template of the key hole slots before we started, didn't trust just the dimensions that I took. I think the nicest part is the return lip around the bottom of the shelf, not just the edge of the material if you stick your fingers underneath.
Looks good - where did you get those casters?
Yes, those are the ones Bruno recommendedI’m new to the group. I fixed one complaint when I assembled my new EX6. I ordered new casters off of Amazon. I got them an inch bigger and a little softer material works fantastic !! I take mine in and out of the garage. Or that’s the plan right now. The wife didn’t want me taking up more deck...www.weberpelletgrills.com
This thread has some different ones people have ordered. Those look like the ones that Bruno suggested from Amazon. I have some too and so far they have been great. If you get replacements I’d recommend the total lock ones that lock from rolling and rotating as they make the grill much more stable.
I told both my sons, when I die they can have the stainless steel Christmas tree stand, the bell from the boat and this shelf !!316 nice!!! That’s going to last you forever!! It’s a work of art really. I’m glad I can’t order one because I probably would.
I run an aluminum and glass storefront company for an absentee owner. I worked in the field for 20 years as a glazier and then into the office the last 16 years. As the industry evolved to include more architectural metals we have adapted over the years. The company has grown to about 40 employees and the guys that work in the shop and field are incredibly talented and always willing to help me out with my wacky ideas !!Seriously! What do you do for a living?
Very nice!! I’ve been running large construction projects for many years and appreciate the work!! I used to tig weld stainless in my younger days, I wish I had access to all that 316 stock and Tools today, I’d whip out some cool stuff, that table though is next level!!