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Old 08-12-2016, 10:26 AM   #21
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Where did you find PVC sheets?
I picked up a large cutting board at Sams Club and added back & side rails w/ ss screws up from bottom. about $16 for a roughly 10" x 18"... I use it mostly for cocktail & snack table in a rod holder but works w/ a grill or electric fry pan as well. Rod holder w/ an insert makes a great flag holder - best multi purpose addition!
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Old 08-12-2016, 11:03 AM   #22
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How much is the rod holder stab in with leveler cost. The PVC is cheap, true.
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Old 08-12-2016, 01:51 PM   #23
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How much is the rod holder stab in with leveler cost. The PVC is cheap, true.
Forget what I paid..
Not cheap but felt the qualty & multi use was worth it. Same for a good quality rod holder...went for quality as it's a flag holder...table...grilll holder.
Maybe not the answer for everyone
Just an ideaworth considering
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Old 08-12-2016, 02:31 PM   #24
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Old 08-12-2016, 02:36 PM   #25
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My point is that the fish cleaning table comes with that piece for less than $70, and the have a larger one for about $80, already assembled and ready to go. I spent something like that for the stab in from Magma, then fabricated an aluminum plate table mount for my grill. Then I saw what Marine Liquidators were peddling for about 2/3 or less than what I spent, that looks better than mine.
I just wanted folks to know what was available cheap, apples foe apples sort of thing. The PVC board is cheap, the male rod stab in, not so much.

BTW, the wood trim is very classy.
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How do the Webbers hold up in the wind? Our Magma would always blow out. The rectangular no-name-brand SS grill from Amazon is much better, but still loses a lot of heat if there's a stiff breeze, and will blow out in strong gusts.

I'm thinking of making an aluminum wind shield I can unfold around 3 sides. Testing with some disposable foil cookie sheets seems promising.

Still, if the Webber will stay lit without the wind protection, I'd consider going that route.
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It will blow out but it is not hypersensitive. You hav 10 Knots Ok...after that it will get iffie.
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Jack D, now all you need is a wind deflector, 98 cent cookie sheet at WalMart.
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Old 08-12-2016, 04:20 PM   #29
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Jack D, now all you need is a wind deflector, 98 cent cookie sheet at WalMart.
2 or 3 sides easy drill holes & use split rings for hinges to fold up flat
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2 or 3 sides easy drill holes & use split rings for hinges to fold up flat
I hadn't thought of split rings, good idea! I was wondering how I was going to hinge them.
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Yeah, I've been planning on making a custom fish cleaning table for my cockpit, no rod holder mount, just lips on the bottom that fit over the storage well on our transom. I need it be longer than any of the pre fab tables, along the lines of 48 inches.
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