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Blackstone Cart

Winterrider

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Finally got back to making a cart for my BS 22" . I "do not" claim to be a carpenter.
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Cover I made for it.
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Well after putting Blackstone lid on, the hard cover I made would no longer work. The top I made was 9 1/2" to fit over grill and sides of cart. The BS with its cover is 1 2" on the backside, so I just ordered a cart cover from Covermate that will have to suffice .
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Needed side shelf
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GATOR240

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Very nice. I'm still using a card table with a piece of plywood on top. Need to change that.
 

SmokinVOLfan

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Very nice! Looks like you have all the basis covered except a holder for the oil and water bottles. Got a simple fix for you though. A 6 pack beer belt will do the trick. 1 pocket for oil, one for water, and 4 slots for cold beer. Win Win!
 

Steve H

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Looks real good! I'm still thinking about how to make mine yet.
 

chopsaw

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I "do not" claim to be a carpenter.
You should . I know guys that get paid good money for alot less quality .
Plumb , straight and square . :emoji_thumbsup:
That looks fantastic , and functional . I like the on board tank storage , nice clean lines and the aesthetics are perfect . Great work .
 

sawhorseray

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Whoa, that's a fine piece of work Rider, Like!. I investigated getting the top from BS and decided for $60 I was going to pass. Instead I moved a Ranger 2 stove next to the flat top, has it's own propane tank, and I'll make a plywood cover for both of them with easy lift-off handles. The cabinets below the counter is where all the splits for my offset live, we really don't have to much cook inside anymore. RAY
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