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Man I hope to have a post detailing the entire build here soon. Like I say it has been a year in the making. Built it with my dad and it has been a blast but I am ready for it to be done. My dad did all the cabinetry. It is all rough cut cedar including the frame and supports. He built his cabinets with steel framing at his house but thought it was a little much for the cabinets I have (you should see his :)) )caliking said:
@r270ba : Dude, you've been holding out on us! That's beautiful. Is it all wood, if so what type? Any steel stud for the framework?
I'm full of questions because I am planning to build a small outdoor kitchen, not nealry as nice as yours.
I have a picture somewhere of the burners with a cover on it. I love this setup with one exception. The cover that I bought (linked below) is thick and I didn't take that into consideration when building the 'inset' for it in the cabinets...so it makes for a VERY tight fit. I think I am going to build some time of wooden 'counter top' to go on top of it instead of the cover.BigWader said:
@r270ba I saw your set up pic with the camp chef 3 burner there. I was thinking of the same thing, because they are 30,000 BTU burners. Will you keep the stove out all the time? How do you intend to protect it from the elements? I was thinking it would need some type of cover?