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Old 10-11-2017, 04:18 PM   #21
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Solo, That is a great setup! My doors swing up so that is why I was sliding out with mine. But I could hinge a set up like your. MMM that has me thinking.
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Thanks Sam. The outdoor kitchen has been one of my design requirements from inception. It's the only door on that side that doesn't open upward. (all of the "work" doors on the other side open sideways) (nobody like getting hit with a door while dumping tanks or servicing the generator)
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Wow! That is a slick setup. That Camp Chef will really put out the BTUs too! Thanks for posting the photos.
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Old 10-26-2017, 09:15 PM   #24
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Finally got some pictures since it's getting dark earlier on the week days. I plan to redo the frame that the Ikea sliding baskets are mounted to. I wanted baskets so I could see the chargers etc. that are mounted on the back wall behind them. They are also easy to remove. We I redo the frame we'll paint that black as well.
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I had to put a wind block in front of the lower BBQ slots since wind would blow it out. It's a piece of 1/4" ply. that has a gap at the bottom to let air go over and under.
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That is an ingenious setup. Love the Solaire grill too!

I don't know how I lost track of this thread. Thanks for sharing the photos!
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