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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

Postby motoguy » Mon Jan 09, 2017 5:31 pm

I charged $175 out of 3/16". Found several online for $250. I sold the half dozen or so I cut, haven't cut any more since. I would need to recheck, and see if that pricing still holds. They were one of the first items I cut and sold.

ETA: $215 with steel price update.
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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

Postby Metal teacher » Thu Feb 23, 2017 9:24 am

awesome thanks for sharing

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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

Postby kennye » Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:26 pm

Thanks for sharing

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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

Postby Gogogadget62 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 7:49 pm

Thanks for sharing your file ,looking forward to cutting this jeep design
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Re: Jeep Grill Firepit

Postby rickjamesbish » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:58 pm

I found the 3/16" to be too heavy. Its a break down so obviously meant to be portable. Being jeep shaped its likely geared at off roaders. Granted most JK owners are mall crawlers and will likely use this grill the one time a year they accidentally go off road ;) On the other hand I wheel every weekend so the lighter the better. I did my own personal one in 1/8" and used a few of the longer cutouts tacked under the bottom to prevent warping. I think even a smaller size would be optimal for someone who really off roads regularly so I will try that next.

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