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Dougf

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I am building an outdoor kitchen and was wondering if anyone else has incorporated a timberline into their kitchen to achieve a built in look. I have seen some just sitting on a counter but I’m not sure how you would do this with the grease trap. Any ideas?
 

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Welcome to the forum @Dougf

I have not seen any Timberline built in, but hopefully someone else on the forum can help you out!
 

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I would make some kind of rolling trolley board as a base for the grill. Remove the wheels and mount the grill legs to the trolley. Non-swivel wheels on the trolley, just facing fore-aft, for easy pulling the grill out of the cutout in the counter.

Alternately, you could remove the legs and attempt to mount the grill body on a very strong pull out shelf I suppose. Just need to consider heat from the grill in the planning. My TL850 weighs a TON, I was barely able to assemble and stand it up alone.

Do post up what you come up with!
 

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I am currently in the process of an outdoor kitchen build that will incorporate a Timberline 1300. The kitchen is built and designed with a shelf system and the plan is to modify the legs so they only extend 2" below existing metal Skirting. and a drain valve built into the drain pan
 

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I am currently in the process of an outdoor kitchen build that will incorporate a Timberline 1300. The kitchen is built and designed with a shelf system and the plan is to modify the legs so they only extend 2" below existing metal Skirting. and a drain valve built into the drain pan
Interesting, the timberline side drain pan is a bit "sloppy" in the way it drains into the pan. It works well but I do like to open that drawer and clean up the gasket and drain drawer cover. I would suggest you make provisions to be able to clean that area.

Do post up some pictures of your setup!
 

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Agreed on the sloppy line up. Still expecting to have to pull unit out a couple time each year to give unit a going over. The shelf is built into the outdoor unit and has a custom built 12-gauge 316 stainless tray that the Timberline rests on.
 

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