mguerra wrote:Keep the legs on. Somebody has one without legs and was having some moisture issues with it. If nothing else, the legs give you a purchase point to attach moving straps/ ropes. Can you imagine trying to move this beast without something to grab on to?! And no wheels? It's a no brainer.
Let me comment on this since it is my case you refer to. The moisture issue is a minor issue that has been discussed with Dennis and others on another thread and is easily being addressed with their input I received. It may well not be applicable nor relevant in his specific instance.
For a custom outdoor kitchen with built-ins, his decision on how to proceed should be guided by the actual design of the kitchen and its intended use. For a built in application there is typically no need or plan to move the grill around, and other considerations may come into play such as ensuring that that the cooking surface is at counter height. I suggest that he let his kitchen design determine whether he keeps the legs or not. In my case I chose to go without.
Dennis was kind enough to build my KK to specifications and I remain extremely pleased with it.
P.S. Other have also suggested that rpadilla not include a Gas Grill, I say if he wants to include a built-in gas grill he should go for it. I included a Gas Grill and Power Burner in my kitchen along with the KK and I am glad I did. I posit that the decision criteria for a complete custom outdoor kitchen are some what different than for freestanding cookers.
Built-in Matte Slate Black 19.5" OTB, Imperial Kamado, Lynx 42" SS Gas Grill, Firemagic Powerburner, Bradley Electric Smoker