This was one of my first welding projects. A friend of mine had an old barbecue pit that the body of was still in good shape but the legs had all but rotted off. He asked that we create a frame/rack to hold more of his cooking "stuff" and could be rolled across the lawn without much hassle. We had a good time working together to build it out and learned a heck of a lot in the process. Here's what the finished product looked like....
After a couple of hours we had most of the pieces for the frame measured, cut and had started to tack them together. We made the frame from 1.5" 14 gauge square tubing. This shot shows the base of the frame laying on top my welding table. The green objects are angle vises.
Twenty hard fought hours in. Wheels on correct side, bottom rack in place and skids to level things out.
Brad in his backyard with his "new" grill. Works great!