Get your parts together.
1. Altoid can
2. 5 long bolts with two nuts for each bolt.
3.flat head Screw driver
4. Drill bit bit slightly larger that bolts
5 Optional heat resistant paint for BBQ pits.
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Step 1: Bending the Hinges
Use the screw driver to bend the hinge.
Step 2: Separate the Lid and Can Separated
A look at the two halves separated.
Step 3: Drilling Holes
drill several small holes using a drill bit.
Step 4: Drilling Leg Holes
there shall be 4 holes slightly smaller than your bolts.
Step 5: Leg Holes
inside look at the holes.
Step 6: Preparing Legs
but 4 nuts on your 4 bolts as picture shows.
Step 7: Putting Legs On
put a nut on the bottom side and the top side.
Step 8: Install Legs
Ad nut to bolt and adjust down a 1/4 inch.. Push the bolt through the hole and attach the remaining nut. There will now be a nut on each side of the bottom of the mini BBQ.
Step 9: Putting Together
flip the top and lay it on the bottom half.
Step 10: Adding Handle
drill another hole to the right so you can lift the top half and feed the fire.
Step 11: Painting
use a special kind of spray paint that is fire proof.