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How to Make a Rolling Grill Cart

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< img data-aspectratio data-pin-media= data-srcset =" "alt="rolling grill cart made at"title=" Rolling Grill Cart"> Rolling Grill Cart Summertime may be well under way, however there’s a lot of outside barbecuing season left. Take advantage of it with this wood and metal cart, developed by blog writer Jen Woodhouse, which you can integrate in a weekend utilizing stock lumber, fundamental cuts, and pocket-hole joinery. A drill press makes including the metal legs easier, however a drill/driver fitted with a 3⁄16-inch bit can do the task as well. Here’s a summary of how the cart comes together; discover the full step-by-step and cut list at.How to Make a

Rolling Grill Cart

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< img data-aspectratio data-pin-media = data-srcset=" " alt="shelves for the rolling grill cart at" title= "Action 1: Construct 3 Shelves"> Action 1: Construct 3 Shelves Cut all the pieces to length, then assemble 3 rectangular frames using 2x4s and 2 1/2 inch deck screws. Use pocket-hole screws to connect 1×4 cedar throughout 2 of the three frames to

form shelves. Attach blocking under one shelf’s corners for casters

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to be screwed into.How to Make a Rolling Grill Cart Action 2: Attach the Legs and Casters Cut, tidy, and

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paint the angle irons, then drill holes where the top frame and

lower shelves will go. Attach them with 2 1/2 inch deck screws. Include 3-inch locking casters down corners.How to Make a Rolling Grill Cart Action 3: Add the Deal With and Top Use a jigsaw to eliminate 4 rounded assistances for the dowel. Make holes in 2 of them for the dowel ends using a 1 1⁄4 inch spade bit; cover with the other two. Attach deal with to cart with pocket-hole screws. Connect a butcher-block top finished with food-safe oil; complete the remainder of the wood with tung oil. Add hooks and devices.