Hey guys, I'm on the last part of my DIY stainless Q journey
Im looking at knocking up a wind up / wind down grill addon & a separate firebox thingy with a grill on top, to burn off wood, then to use the embers for a cook up.... basically, a south american bbq style setup
My bbq is basically a rectangular box with the fire contained within the box. The fire itself is hidden within the rectangular box, this makes it more fuel sufficient than a fire exposed to the elements.
The grill grate itself, sits below top of the box. Its from here, I would like to make an adjustable thingy to raise & lower that grill.
Does anyone know the max height I should be making this to...... say - 7 hundy above the top of the rect box ?
I also want to knock up a separate firebox for the embers. Ive got no idea on any dimensions what this sizing should be
Doing anything DIY is pretty much simple to fabricate & weld, figuring it all out is the bloody hard part. When theres no real drawings that Ive come across to make this a smoother ride.... talk about bloody trail & error.... Ive done heaps of errors, but its been a good ride so far
This is my setup, basically a double skinned stainless Q. Made from 1mm stainless offcuts from work, only paid for the wheels & cast iron grate
The middle part is a single skin removable rotisserie attachment. I gave it the grinder treatment last week, to mod it into a pizza oven with removable hat section screwed on panel.
The lid itself is double skinned as well
The round tube at the top of the square tube frame by the air vents, is where the removable wind up / down addon will assemble to