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    Diy bbq

    This has been my project over the past few weekends.



    BBQ grill with oven (ovens good for cooking pizza, bread)
    Built in led lights
    Complete with in car alpine CD player and 2 outdoor 200w rms speakers, sounds really good ( head unit cost me 350 a few years ago but not going to use it in the gt so thought why not)

    Now time to let the good times roll and the beer flow.

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    Fred Elliot, i say Fred Elliot! Mawbster's Avatar
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    Fancy idea.

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    Awesome

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    Quality

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    That is wicked good work mate. Would mind one myself.

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    Cheers guys, it didn't work out cheap, probably about 6 times more expensive than buying one from b and q, but feel proud when using it. Hopefully get it going this afternoon as the weather is gorgeous today.

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    Fred Elliot, i say Fred Elliot! Mawbster's Avatar
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    how is it powered then?

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    Coal powered obvi!

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    We're on our way round then!

    Looks good mate.

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    Party in Bolton then if you can make it.

    Had a 12v 1a psu but it wouldn't even turn on so change to a 5a psu, radio worked but not cd's so it's now got a 10a psu. I know it's going to use a lot of electricity but its only on at weekend.

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