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Thread: WSM Base

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    Default WSM Base

    felt the need to be able to move my WSM around when it was lit, just in case...made this wheeled base from galvinized steel, had my friend paint it and hydrographic dip it, shoot it with clear coat and polish it to a mirror finish. the smoker sits on 3 stainless steel studs so it is easily removable from the base. i think it came out great, what do you think?

    Started out as a piece of galvinized steel, turned in the perfect rolling base for my smoker....
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    Pretty schwanky!!!
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    That's awesome! Looks like it's sitting on a bed of hot coals. Good job!

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    That is Kool almost makes me want to buy a WSM.
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    I like it!
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    Very cool! I like it.
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    Nice man! But it looks dangerous. Keep a fire extinguisher handy!
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    Framed and mounted!

    Nice job!

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