I have heard taking the cordless option can become a real headache.
Has never been a headache for me. I have a combo kit (with more tools) and I use them pretty regularly. The drill doubles as my grain mill motor. I have used the saw a few times (including in making tap handles over the weekend), and it is really handy to not have to deal with a cord. Now, if you plan to do major construction projects, that might be a different story.
You're welcome, I try to be very thrifty, a lot of the stuff I use, is repurposed. We had the shelving in the garage, so I used it. Like you said, it's adjustable, so it makes it easy to dial in the height that you need for each level.
Someone posted a pic of their brew stand using the Seville shelving.. but darned if I can find it.. saw it last week and tried to find it again.. should have bookmarked it. Anyone else see that one? Used the same URL as above. I tried that in a search but no luck..
I really like this idea.. but, what I'd like to explore is putting the burner BELOW the shelf so things aren't so high off the ground.. . but, I've not been able to figure how to do that. I may go with wood after all.. that way I can build a shelf to put the burner on.. and, I can put some plywood around that part to shield the burner(s) from the wind..I think I'm trying to reinvent the world here.. so many choices/options.. and I can't settle on any one.
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