BBQ Grill Cart
- (5) 2 x 8 x 8-ft. boards
- (6) 2 x 4 x 8-ft. boards
- (4) 3-in. steel swivel casters
- (4) 2 x 2 x 36″ Angle irons
- 3″ Deck screws
- 1 Can of spray paint
- Mineral oil to season the butcher block surface
- Butcher block conditioner
- Cutting oil to use as a lubricant for drilling through the metal
Cut the wood into the lengths shown in the diagram above.
Screw together the 2x4s into rectangular frames and then screw the longer pieces of 2x8s and 2x4s on top of them.
Drill through the angle irons with the 3/16 in. bit. Check to make sure that the screws fit through the holes. Then use the larger drill bit to create a hole over the 3/16th hole to countersink the screws.
Clean the cutting oil off the angle irons and then paint them with spray paint.
Screw through the holes drilled in the angle irons and into the wood shelves.
Screw through the top boards and into the frame.
Finish the wood with a butcher-block conditioner.
Screw on the wheels and other accessories.
The original plan can be found at http://blog.homedepot.com/how-to-build-a-diy-grilling-cart/