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    Weber Kettle Off Road Mod

    Came across this photo on the Weber Kettle Facebook group I belong to. I’m sure a bunch of you’all will appreciate it.

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    #2
    Not going to blow that one over.

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      #3
      That is a go anywhere grill!

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        #4
        Ha! That’s pretty sweet! Gives me some ideas

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          #5
          Where will the engine be mounted?

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          • RustyHaines
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            My question also. And how you reckon you steer it?

          #6
          I love it!

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            #7
            I was looking for an idea to shore up my kettle for the inevitable Santa Maria purchase.....

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              #8
              Mount a trailer hitch and take it to the lake.....or anywhere else. I like the idea.

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                #9
                That is BAD ASS!!!!!

                And its got me thinking.
                Last edited by Steve B; December 31, 2020, 12:09 PM.

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                  #10
                  weber stealing that idea to tame their Kamado wobble issue....

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                    #11
                    Very Cool, indeed!

                    Mr. Bones Approved!

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                      #12
                      Way cool. That puppy could run the Baja 500.

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                        #13
                        Once that thing gets motorized, you have to add a few software packages to the controller so it can bring you your wings when they're done.

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                          #14
                          Never mind the wheels, my 26" needs a set of legs like this one has.

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                            #15
                            Now that boy is heavy duty!

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