Barbecue (BBQ) Cart

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Duration: 25:24

It’s hard to beat cooking outside. It’s already fun, so make it easy and convenient by building this great BBQ Cart. It’s made from naturally weather resistant cedar, looks great, and will last a lifetime. The handle is a nice touch, made from copper pipe that really accents the cedar. You’ll learn how to cut tapers on the legs, make wooden wheels on the band saw, and get the slats spaced so every space is exactly the same. This simple to make project will look great next to your grill, and also makes a great gift.

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11 Responses to “Barbecue (BBQ) Cart”

  1. Thomas

    How can I download the video to use it later?

    Hello Thomas,

    I’m sorry but you are not able to download the classes. You can add them to your playlist for easy access.


    • Customer Service

      Cut the handle to length after dry-assembling the upper frame. While it’s dry fit you can measure from bottom to bottom on the handle holes, and cut the handle about 1/16” less than this measurement.

      Woodworkers Guild of America

    • Customer Service

      Hello. Western Red Cedar would be a great choice. White oak is also good for outdoor projects.
      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America


    Hi, I was wondering what finish you use on the cart.

    • Ralph TARANTO

      I made this cart about a year ago. I let the pressure treated wood “age” outdoors for about 6 months. I then finished it with a marine varnish (Sikkens).

    • WWGOA Team

      Hi, michaelmicksr! 3/4″ stock, 5″ diameter. The lay out and cutting is shown at about minute 22 of the video.

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