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5 and 10 are a stretch. esp the cable tie on tools idea.
I would strongly encourage you to use two zone cooking on the charcoal grill then you wouldn't even need the other grill except for perhaps warming.
or use two skewers then there is no twisting or turning.
very nice looking.
Great build and video. However I hate you for all your great tools and shop. JK very fortunate to have such a great shop.
Clever way to adorn an area outside on or around the patio.
You must have made comments without reading the instructable or even watching the video.
I have the same cheap set from Harbor Freight. To answer other questions about the toughness of the steel. Not hard at all. I have Wood River and Sorby tools that I actually use, but just can't bring myself to dropping the money down for a carbide cutter. Awesome instructable. I will be giving this a try thanks.
I completely agree about those brackets. Once my eye went to them instead of the awesome and unusual lines of the shelf the bracket was all I could look at. But a really cool piece of wood.
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nice bench. I unfortunately don't have a planer and i got rid of my finger shredder of a joiner. I think using an aggressive grit belt sander then top off with masonite could help get a flat smooth surface for those of us with smaller inventory of tools.
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