Build a BBQ Accessory Cart Plans
These plans are to build a wooden BBQ cart for prep work and BBQ accessories.
All the tools of the barbecue art are right at hand in
this weather-resistant cart. You even have an outlet
for such items as an electric fire starter or grill rotisserie.
The original was made of redwood, but you can
use any other wood.
Start by cutting all of the body parts, adding holes,
grooves, and cutouts as indicated on the drawing. Use
waterproof glue and 1¼" #8 wood screws for assembly.
Glue in the wood hole buttons, sand the body, apply
one coat of sealer-stain followed by two coats of clear
Assemble the axle and wheels to the
front legs and the rubber-cushioned glide to the back leg.
A weatherproof outlet, with safety caps, is recommended
if the cart will be exposed to inclement weather
when not in use. Tie a strain-relief knot in the cord before
inserting it through the hole in the back frame. Large
screw hooks at each end of the back frame below the
handle provide storage for the cord.
The top can be made from ¾" plywood covered with
plastic laminate if a surplus sink cutout is not available
from a local cabinetmaking shop. The position and size
of the pan and shaker cutouts can be altered to suit those
items which you may have on hand. The cutting board
also may vary in size and shape.
Make a BBQ Accessory Cart
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