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Made my Bradley Smoker movable.

daffyduck

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I needed a solution to easily move my smoker in and out of my storage area. Also I wasn't fond of bending down to load or unload the smoker. I purchased a tool box roller cabinet and just placed the smoker on top.  It fits perfectly and is easy to roll around. It is also the perfect height to easily perform loading and basting. The cabinet  has three drawers for storage of the power cords, thermometers, gloves and etc. The bottom portion holds all the bisquettes I would ever need.

  
 

SonnyE

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I really, really like this idea!
One reason is because we've run out of room for my newly acquired seasonings, and I have a small deep drawer where I keep my particular BBQ tools.
With your idea, I could have it were the action is.
 

dubob

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I did something similar several years ago with a cart I got from Sam's Club.


Then I saw this item at Costco and now use this cart.


Both cost under $100 and both work well; but I like the newer one better.
 

chucksmeats

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Yep. Me too. Have not unpacked my new Bradley yet, but getting a rolling cabinet too.
 

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