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  1. Thanks to @Kamadobjorn for the inspiration. The table is the “Applaro” Line. The hardware that you see in the last pictures all came from Hobby Lobby. The table comes with a thin, cheap pull bar and nothing else, not even knobs for the doors. The cooler pic is just for reference as that was what I was doing prior to getting the table. The last pic is sans hardware just the way it comes from IKEA. I used Lenox 18TPI metal jigsaw blades with an adjustable speed jigsaw set to its lowest setting to cut the hole. I used this edge trim from Amazon: Trim If you have any other
  2. After seeing a picture of the cart that the Home Depot version of the Akorn came with, I decided that I wanted to make my own version. I wanted to stick to the same size, so that I could use the Char Griller cover that is made for it. I went to Home Depot with a tape measure, pad and paper to get some dimensions. While measuring, I noticed a possible issue. That grill sticks out a few inches from the cart on the left side. Theirs has holes drilled below the handle and the hinge to bracket it to the cart. Mine just has the three legs, so no holes in the center. Since I am stubborn an
  3. Had a few people who follow my Instagram ask for more information on the table shown in some of my pictures. This is the cedar table work station I built to house my large and minimax big green eggs so far pretty happy with it
  4. The kj cart that was talked about months ago appears to be available now https://www.instagram.com/p/Bjk2eqznTpB/?hl=en Here's the product link in cdn dollars https://dicksonbbq.com/products/modular-cart-for-classic-joe
  5. Hello! New to the forum, and wanted to share something I did with those that may be interested. First thing I noticed is that tables and carts for Kamado grills are not cheap. I did some hunting around online and found a stainless table I liked for a good price, Kamado Joe's KJ-SST, only to then learn it would not fit the Classic II because of the new air lift hinge. Well, I wasn't giving up yet, as I felt there had to be a way to make this work. I found measurements for the table and began brainstorming. My first thoughts were to cut slits in the rear of the table to allow the hin
  6. So I've acquired a freestanding Joe and plan on bulding a combo table for it and the Junior. As mentioned in the subject, will terracotta feet be substantial enough for the 250 lb BJ? I'm not against using several around the circumference if needed.
  7. Finally finished my Primo XL table. It's built out of pine and has 2in concrete counter top for plenty of space. It rides on 6 casters w/brakes. It will be parked in my garage and never be left out in the elements (at least on purpose...) It has 4 slide out racks that will hold charcoal, utensils, and extras for the XL
  8. Just wanted showcase my new Table for the KJ Classic. This is not a paid endorsement but the quality and price for this table were hard to beat!! https://woodbydana.com/product-category/tables/
  9. While not completely done, it's getting close. The only material we bought was Douglas Fir 4x4's for the frame and some outdoor hardware. Almost everything else was 1/2",3/4", and 1" pallet wood. It was some good stuff too like oak, cherry, heart pine. I kept the rack from my old smoker and used it to hold the soap stone, grill grates, divider, and accessories rack from the KJ. I didn't mount the KJ inside the table because I wanted to roll it out from under the awning when we're blasting the coals for pizza and searing. I have perforated steel boxes that I setup for hot items. I'
  10. Hey Everybody, I just finished up a DIY table for my Vision Grills Classic B Kamado and I figured I'd post it for anyone else who's looking for a table build for their Vision. I did quite a bit of searching before I started this project, and I had a hard time finding anything customized for the Vision. The plans I based this build off of come from Naked Whiz's site: http://www.nakedwhiz.com/tableplans/tableplans.htm . Thanks to him for giving out great info. This build seemed easy to me and gave me a great work space that I had been lacking with the Vision cart and fold-up side tables.
  11. Hi Guys, So I've been following a lot of guys on here and got inspired to build a table for my Akorn, I'm not a work worker by any stretch but I have learned a lot along the way. I'm almost done with the build. July 5th will be the day I complete it. I used white pine on most of it totaling in $170 in wood alone. (All from the lumber yard) about $70 in hardware/Stain,prep etc.. It was supposed to be a simple build but as I went along I kept changing and adding as I went. Hope you guys like it. Stain I used which Im not entirely happy with is Thompson water Seal Natural Cedar tone. (
  12. Decided I didn't want to bend to cook. Took off to lowes and bought $150 worth of cedar wood and screws. Got the basics from the web and changed the design just a bit to fit my patio. I've never built a table and will never do it again. But 5 hrs later.
  13. Hello! I am in the process of finishing up a wood table for my new Primo. I have taken all the safety precautions I have learned from you guys and others, including using the Primo feet to elevate the grill, putting "soft" fire brick below the grill, and putting a sheet of metal under where the lower vent is on the grill to handle any embers that jump out. My question is this... Has anyone put Nomex on the inner rim of the grill cutout? I am using 3/4 inch boards for the table around the grill. I know I saw someone once mention it somewhere, but it does not seem to be a regular pra
  14. Hi everyone. New Vision C owner. Getting ready to build a table. Does anyone know of plans for the Vision C ? I'm not what diameter to cut my hole. Depends on how high up the table intersects with the grill. Also not sure how to account for the bump out in the front lower portion of the grill where the ash tray pulls out. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
  15. When work stresses me out I get in the garage, grab some tools and get my mind right...a little sawdust therapt as I like to call it. I started this thing last week, got the rest of it assembled last night and test fit my Vision classic in it this morning! Still needs sealed and the "lipstick" put on it, but I'm very happy with the progress thus far, and cant wait for my next cook!
  16. So, now that I'm in my new place, and I only have kids 40% of the time, I might actually start thinking about projects. One project is to build a table to house the Big Joe, Joe Jr, and my Bayou Classic turkey fryer burner, along with some work area in between. The question is simple. I plan to buy a BigJoeTisserie the first day they're available. But since I don't know how far away that is, I might want to start on the table design and construction before then. Thus there's a conundrum. The JoeTisserie has a motor hanging off the left side that I hear causes problems with the sid
  17. I am getting adjusted to my new Big Joe and I'm still waiting to test out the new Jr. As luck would have it, there's a 100% chance of rain this Saturday... again... bummer. Anyway, I'm looking at an aftermarket table and grill cover. Table first: KJ is obviously in the mode of revamping some of their offerings, the 3 big changes in my mind are the cap vent, fire box, and the hinge. For those that have seen the new hinge design on KJ's Facebook page, noticed that it dips much lower in the back compared to the current hinge. The issue I can foresee is that if I were to buy a wood table, wou
  18. I am in the process of wanting to build a small table/island for my kamado grill. I am thinking of building the frame from wood and putting cerment backer board on it. I dont want to spend an arm and a leg building this but I wanted something decent looking. I think the pure wood look is an option but Id rather it be my last one. Does anyone have any recommendations on outer materials. I havent used stucco before but I am very handy and can learn how to do it all. For the price and look I was seeing if anyone had opioins on stucco, stone finish, or tile. Faux stone is over priced and to cover
  19. I just finished rebuilding a "hand-me-down" Grill Dome which I will be using as my "deck-top" winter griller (the Komodo Kamado is boxed back in its crate for the winter since I don't feel like shoveling through 10 feet of snow). I did some research on "cheap big green egg tables" and happened upon a photo of an inexpensive IKEA kitchen cart. I decided to add my own mod by incorporating an IKEA spice rack and hangers for added storage. I finshed it with SiKKENS Cetol cedar tint stain and voila! (See attached photo). Here's the list of items used: 1. IKEA Bekvam Kitchen cart: $59.99 h
  20. It was raining for a bit. I'm still working on the Cabinet door for the upper cabinet. I came back from a coffee break to find a guest hiding in the table. I guess I better hurry-up and get this table done. Or else my Kamado table will turn into a Birdy condo. The birds are moving in. Hopefully he isn't tweeting his buddies online, I might get a crowd in there given the tile flooring in there. It's a regular luxury condo for birds.
  21. Howdy - Pacific Northwest lurker here, finally stepping into the light. I just got a Big Joe after a few years of wringing my hands over the investment, but I couldn't be happier now that it's here - more importantly, the better half feels the same way. I'm looking forward to learning more, and at some point giving back to the folks that have contributed to teaching me so much about one of my favorite ways to cook. To start, for any newbie like me that had spent lots of time trying to figure out where the kamado was going to go, I'd like to add to the recommendations on the tried-and-
  22. I have a kitchen table that we made out of prefab pine legs, a pine frame, and spare pine flooring as the top. Made over a year ago, it has never been stained or treated, and is sitting out in the shed against the wall. Then, fate brought me the Akorn and an idea... I normally don't need a table, the side tables do me just fine, but with football season starting next weekend, I'm thinking about cutting a U-shape out of this table and treating/painting it (possibly Razorback red/white) so I can just slide the U around the grill during ball games at the house or tailgate. I'll probably pu
  23. Just finished my custom cart. A couple days for the stain to cure and it will be moving to the patio for the Primo's permanent home.
  24. I'm getting serious about my table now, my classic vision already has a stand, but I have wood laying around, and want to make a table. I have enough 6x6 PT and some heavy PT lake bulkhead boards I can cut to fit. Yes they are rough finish but it will be a "rough finish" sort of table. In the gulf coast we can't really use anything that can't take heavy moisture and rain, mold. Even PT wood fences rot out in less than 10 years here. I also have some heavy castors and since I own a Kreg jig I"ll use that to help with the framing. I am figuring on cutting into the 6x6 posts to recess the apron b
  25. Last year we bought a Kamado BBQ and I was never happy with the cheap metal stand it came with so I decided to build a cedar workstation this spring. Did a lot of looking around on the net for ideas and settled on my version of the cypress table that Primo sells. Mine has swivelling casters and an under table slide out charcoal storage bin (the black bins at IKEA are fantastic for this). I'm going to add an electrical outlet to the table so I can plug in my heat gun and also add either a stainless rail for utensil storage or some other kind of attractive hooks for that. I despise seei
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