eventually wear. then we thought about a metal workbench but that was to heavy if it was made out of just strong steel. then we came across an old brabecue. We both thought "thats it'.
Step 1: Cutting the Barbecue (making the Base)
Now it's time to make the base. Everything that you see in the red circle in picture 1and all of the stuff in picture two that you dont want in you workbench you need to take it off or take it out. (DO NOT CUT IT OFF) because you will need the main beams for the deck!!!
Step 2: Making the Shelfs
SECOND SHELF IS OPTIONAL
For the second shelf you need to place and screw a 3/4 inch plywood board into the grease pan holders and you need to cut around the main beams.
For second shelf only
Place and screw in 1/8 inch plywood boardS on both sides and in the backin the openings.
Step 3: Attaching the Deck/main Board
Step 4: Attaching Pegboard
Step 5: Final Touches
(IF YOU DO PUT IN LIGHT OR POWER BAR MAKE SURE YOU DON'T SCREW INTO THE PARTS WITH FLOWING ELECTRICITY IT WILL BOTH ELECTRICUTE YOU AND BREAK IT!!!!)
screw on a light or lamp picture 1 and screw in a power bar picture 2
YOU ARE DONE!!!!!