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  1. #1
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    Default Dutch Oven Table

    I got tired of bending down all the time so I made me a Dutch oven Table.

    The Tables a 1/8” sheet, 18” x36”, Used a jig saw for all my cuts.
    I used picnic table legs from an old table, weld them to the bottom. You’ll see I offset one side 1” so the legs lay flat and cut 1” off the ends.
    (Using the Coleman stove concept), for the wind screen I used 24 GA with piano hinge and riveted it to the trim, I stuck a magnet to the top of the wind screen so then you close it up it sticks to the table surface (JB Weld)
    I’m adding 2 removable side trays to the out side. I’ll add a handle to the front, this will also hold charcoal tongs.


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    Not really shoure what its for. But whatever it is it looks like its well done.

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    It's for cookin on
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    looks good!
    i like the idea of folding legs.
    i got mine going right now, i use my grill, im sure a table would be much better though.
    Flash me, Im a Welder

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    I started another table this morning; this is going to be a propane double burner.

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    Default Settin in de SNOW

    Settin down here in SouthEast Texas in DE SNOW, I been mullin over those dutch oven cookin tables & how good of a idear they are! Gonna start lookin for some table legs & start one when we get past the BIG THAW! Darn snow DEC 4th in SET! BTW have U got more pics of tables & what's good material for the charcoal bowls?!
    RoHo
    Dayton, Texas

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    Default Dutch Oven Table

    Table height 29 inches. The legs, (Folding Banquet Table Legs) you’ll be able to pick up at Lowe’s or Home Depot. I got mine after a good party.
    Old heavy tin pie trays work well, I had a few melt through on the thinner ones, I like the 9 inch Teflon cake pans for starting coals.

    I left a 4 inch openings on both corners, using a 4 inch natural hair bristle paint brush (so it won’t melt) I can sweep the ashes off into a tin bucket. I thought about making little sliding tray under that area,

    On the wind screen, I cut the off the end of the rivet, they stuck out to far; center punched to flare it out and pounded it smooth, down at the bottom where I riveted the piano hinge to the wind screen I didn’t cut the rivet, took black gasket sealer and dabbed the end of the rivet. That way when it’s folded in it won’t dig into the side wings

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    Hay Richard
    I also used my grill for years to get it off the ground.
    I took these photos for a gal, she was so puzzled, asking how I balance a three legged oven on a grill, and for the life of her she just didn’t get it. She asked if I could cut her two and mail them out to her.
    I still laugh about it.

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    we all hve to start somewhere right?
    but if it works, it works.
    Flash me, Im a Welder

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    I had never seen the burners on the bottom. what kind of burners do you use.

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