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Thanks for posting the plans for this, as I've decided to copy it with some brief modifications, I thought those legs said 3 1/2 ft at first, and cut the boards which would have been insanely tall.  I cut down to 2 ft 11 inches after.  I also used plain pressure treated and some exterior wood screws, so not nearly as fancy.  I stole an idea from another build and decided to leave the front open so I can remove the grill if need be.  Its not finished, but I hope to get the top 1 by's on today.  Thanks again for posting this, I hope you don't mind me stealing it.  Also your first two links are switched.  

 

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