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Old 08-24-2011, 01:53 PM   #1
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Campsites are never level!

Hate trying to cook outside if the table or barbecue isn't level. Bacon grease all moves to one side of the skillet, or the heat on the barbecue becomes uneven if it is not level. After fighting with trying to find just the right size objects to level things out, I came up with this idea. Went to my friendly Wallmart and bought 6 door stops (3 for a dollar). Now, leveling tables or barbecues is no sweat and the are infinitely adjustable and easy to fine tune the height!
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Nice idea. I'm going to Wal-Mart right now. We are leaving for the lake next Monday. There are a ton of things I need. (However, if it really is a ton I'll be overweight.)

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I like that.

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Old 08-24-2011, 02:25 PM   #4
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Thanks for the post, excellent idea.
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Gotta love simple!

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Great idea. I am a strong supporter of the K.I.S.S. principle

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Wow! All the times I fought with that darn griddle trying to level it with rocks, bottle caps, you name it. Thanks.
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Excellent idea! I'm with HD4Mark....crushed can under one corner, piece of wood under another...LOL. Thanks!
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Better yet.. seems one pass per site with a dozer would solve the problem and make the world so much nicer...
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Wow. I like it.
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How clever. Thanks for the tip. I've got several of those rubber door stops when my parent's house sold. They're in a box somewhere in my basement. I'll have to go dig them up.

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Just repackage them with the name BBQ leveler and you can make some big bucks----and add that they also can be used on a door. NIce job---thanks for sharing.
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Another use: We use the door stops to keep our sliding trays inside our pantry cabinets closed during travel. Works great!

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