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Create the perfect companion to your outdoor grill with this rolling cart. It offers space to store your supplies and ingredients, plus a metal top that looks great and is easy to clean.

Best of all, the cart sits on swiveling rubber wheels that make it easy to move around, even on rough concrete or patio blocks. And, since the cart is made from cedar, it can hold up to the elements that come with living outside. 

Your free plan is attached in PDF format below. If you would like to print the plan, you will need to save it to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader. If you don't have Adobe Reader installed on your computer, you can download it for free here.
Once you're done building, be sure to share your project for all Community members to enjoy! Happy Building!

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Sheet metal top to hot for Texas travertine tile would work better in the sun.

I'm new here I clicked the link to download the plans and it takes me to a page with a picture and description. Where do I find the actual plans?

http://kregjig.ning.com/main/search/search?q=plans

David said:

I'm new here I clicked the link to download the plans and it takes me to a page with a picture and description. Where do I find the actual plans?
I have the same problem

Hi David. I apologize for the confusion. The plan PDF is attached at the very bottom of the discussion where it says "Attachments." 

David said:

I'm new here I clicked the link to download the plans and it takes me to a page with a picture and description. Where do I find the actual plans?

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i'm in the middle of this build, and have come across a problem. 

built the sides and shelves according to plan. when it came to the top, however, the plan doesn't call for leaving the top frame just proud of the 2x2 3/4" plywood. if you do that, there's room to drop the steel square flush with the frame. if the plywood is flush with the frame, the steel just sits on top the plywood, waiting for an edge to be caught by something.

unfortunately, i only discovered this after i had screwed the plywood into the frame and turned it over...

Carol, did look at the plan you used , if you just screwed the top frame to the ply wood top , you could take it apart and make a new top frame a   little thicker  , so the metal sits down inside , but if you used glue , maybe you could make another top frame a little wider , with a small dado  to go over the metal top  to hide the sharp edge  and glue it to the top already on the cart !!  Maybe they could revise the plan to make the top frame a bit thicker or the ply wood top a bit thinner , so the sheet metal goes down inside , only a suggestion !! Would also call customer service in the morning to see what think ( 1-800-447-8638 ) looks like a nice project and hope it work,s out for you , have a good day , JIM !!!

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