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I’m not complaining. Just a couple observations about my front table. I have more than once close the lid onto my food. The front handle has landed onto my food. Or when placing a tray or pan on the table to open lid to place food into the grill it seems like not enough room. Another thing, is the plastic/rubbery thing that was red, it’s faded pink now, I will probably be removing soon. It’s sagging and fading in this Az weather. Other than that, it is a very solid table. I would get it again. Just a couple things to think about when it comes to tables.
 

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I’m not complaining. Just a couple observations about my front table. I have more than once close the lid onto my food. The front handle has landed onto my food. Or when placing a tray or pan on the table to open lid to place food into the grill it seems like not enough room. Another thing, is the plastic/rubbery thing that was red, it’s faded pink now, I will probably be removing soon. It’s sagging and fading in this Az weather. Other than that, it is a very solid table. I would get it again. Just a couple things to think about when it comes to tables.
I have a similar front table from a different source and I agree, the handle takes up a lot of room. I looked at pictures of the Weber front table and it seems to be the same thing.
I used a piece of red painted aluminum behind the letter cut-outs, I assumed the heat from the grill would eventually warp the plastic.

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Yeah the Weber one is the same. That’s why I like that additional side table so much. I’ve almost shut it on my tray of food once or twice already and I’ve only just installed it.
 

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I have a similar front table from a different source and I agree, the handle takes up a lot of room. I looked at pictures of the Weber front table and it seems to be the same thing.
I used a piece of red painted aluminum behind the letter cut-outs, I assumed the heat from the grill would eventually warp the plastic.

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I’m still waiting for mine!!


I have the black table and yes I have hit food with my handle. The cut out option wasn’t available when I purchased mine and I am ok with it. If I owned one with the cut out I would paint some red aluminum as well and attach it.
i love my table and think the Fire ring guy who made them did fantastic work.
I feel lucky to have one.
 
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For the price, it’s an excellent table. The Fire Ring guy is cool, and does top notch work
 

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Yep same with mine, have to watch where put food on table when shutting lid. I have the one without the cutout.
 
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