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Ash Pan use for BGE Table

wrobswrobs Posts: 109
edited 2:31AM in EggHead Forum
<p />I was asked by Hugh Jass how I emptied ashes with egg on a table so I decided to show a pic of my ash pan. Here is a side view of the pan... I haven't decided if I want to put a handle on it or not...[p]PICT0076.jpg[p]This is a pic of it in use... I know its kinda crude but it works...[p]wrobs


  • Very Nice, I am currently working on my table and was wondering how I was going empty the ashes without getting them all over the lower shelf. I would gladly pay you for time and materials if you would make me an ash pan.

    Let me know :)
  • Hmmm... this give me an idea for putting sides on my Lawn Ranger ash catcher...


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  • wrobs,[p]Nice work but I find a 2 gallon shop vac works great as long as you clean the filter.[p]
  • RRPRRP Posts: 22,052
    <p />wrobs, yours is obviously welded and well made. Here's mine I made with a piece of aluminum flashing, a couple pop-rivets and a dowel for a handle. [p]
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    <p />Lazydogsaloon, [p]hehe! I use a shop vac too. My big one from work. I do it just before my next cook. Don't want a fire in the shop-vac.[p]Since your last visit to the farm, the pig snaring folks have given up on our property. The state conservation enforcement started to patrol the area too thanks to my request. I have planted 20 more taro plants and made a 3 foot fence of wire to keep the wild pigs out.[p]Let me know when you have to go back to camp Smith.[p]Aloha![p]Greg Kemp[p]
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