Being the cheapskate I am and lazy too, I came up with a way to move my cooker and get it up higher on the cheap. A $39 server cart from Harbor Freight. It's 24" x 36" & rated for #450. I drilled holes in the tray that matched the feet of the smoker. Between the smoker and the cart tray I added a scrap piece of 3/8ths plywood to reinforce the high grade chinese steel and to raise the unit above the lip of the tray enough for the door to swing. Installed the 4, 5/16th x 1.5 bolts and I'm more portable and have storage to boot.

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So since this is still here, I'm curious about the drip pan. Does it sit on the wood? Or is that drilled too and the pan goes under the top shelf?
Drip pan sits under the smoker on the wood or whatever surface where the smoker rest. Foil the drip pan with large heavy duty foil(large enough to cover the whole drip pan with one piece of foil). Foil the bottom of the smoker and the wood box cover too, and clean up is a breeze.
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