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Biskitman

Options for a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart

You guys on here have some great ideas and I am trying to tap into your knowledge.  I have a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart with removable smoke stack and dampers in top of firebox to cook in the warmer.  I have seen the beer opener idea and am gonna do that one for sure.  Has anyone mounted a paper towel holder on a hybrid?  Curious if it has been done and where its located on the unit.  Any other good ideas out there for accessories on these units?  Post pics if you have any additions, thanks!  We are cooking on a LANG!
Wood River BBQ Team

Re: Options for a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart

Biskitman wrote:
You guys on here have some great ideas and I am trying to tap into your knowledge.  I have a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart with removable smoke stack and dampers in top of firebox to cook in the warmer.  I have seen the beer opener idea and am gonna do that one for sure.  Has anyone mounted a paper towel holder on a hybrid?  Curious if it has been done and where its located on the unit.  Any other good ideas out there for accessories on these units?  Post pics if you have any additions, thanks!  We are cooking on a LANG!


Biskitman I purchased the magnetic paper towel holder from Harbor Freight and mounted it under the front shelf but since it's magnetic you could mount it any place you want.
Wood River BBQ Team

Re: Options for a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart

Biskitman wrote:
You guys on here have some great ideas and I am trying to tap into your knowledge.  I have a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart with removable smoke stack and dampers in top of firebox to cook in the warmer.  I have seen the beer opener idea and am gonna do that one for sure.  Has anyone mounted a paper towel holder on a hybrid?  Curious if it has been done and where its located on the unit.  Any other good ideas out there for accessories on these units?  Post pics if you have any additions, thanks!  We are cooking on a LANG!


Biskitman I  purchased the magnetic paper towel holder from Harbor Freight and mounted it under the front shelf but since it's magnetic you could mount it any place you want.
Wood River BBQ Team

Re: Options for a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart

Biskitman wrote:
You guys on here have some great ideas and I am trying to tap into your knowledge.  I have a 36 hybrid on wagon wheel cart with removable smoke stack and dampers in top of firebox to cook in the warmer.  I have seen the beer opener idea and am gonna do that one for sure.  Has anyone mounted a paper towel holder on a hybrid?  Curious if it has been done and where its located on the unit.  Any other good ideas out there for accessories on these units?  Post pics if you have any additions, thanks!  We are cooking on a LANG!


Biskitman: What's the "beer opener idea"? I think I missed that one.
Biskitman

The beer opener is the same old bottle opener mounted somewhere on the unit.  One guys attached it to the warming box with screws and it looked nice.  It was a stainless one and looked good against the black paint
Wood River BBQ Team

Biskitman wrote:
The beer opener is the same old bottle opener mounted somewhere on the unit.  One guys attached it to the warming box with screws and it looked nice.  It was a stainless one and looked good against the black paint


Biskitman: Thank you.

Another idea -- I didn't like the metal work shelf and considered coating it with a sheet of SS. I had tried a sheet of alum foil. I rejected the idea because in the summer the surface would get so hot I could cook eggs & bacon on it. Instead I lined the shelf with 12X12 tiles which I placed on non skid cabinet shelf liner. I had to make one angle cut and one straight cut to make it fit perfectly. The result is a easy to clean and sanitary surface - it looks nice also.
Biskitman

Wood River, pics of the shelf that sounds like a great idea!

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