Chariot - Ceramic Grill Mover Chariot - Ceramic Grill Mover

Ceramic Grill Store

Ceramic Grill Store

$42.99
Coming mid to late August

Chariot Ships Free

After delivering our first ceramic grill (years ago), we recognized one important thing: we needed to come up with an efficient way to move the grills. We tried numerous moving methods but it did not take long to recognize our chariot mover was/is the quickest and easiest way to move a big kamado grill.

For the last couple years, we've offered the chariot to our in-store customers who do self installs. When they return the chariot, we generally ask, how'd it go. The consistent response we hear is....the chariot made the job so easy.

The Chariot package includes 2 of the 3 key pieces to building your own chariot:
  • two cut-to-form wood braces;
  • two threaded rods with nuts/washers.
You'll need to add the third key piece: two 2x4 wood arms. It's a quick trip to our local lumberyard for two 2"x4"x8" wood studs. We don't include the arms because shipping them cost more than buying them.

The tools to build the chariot are simply:
  • #2 Phillips head screwdriver or bit,
  • saw to cut the arms to length,
  • drill and two bits.

We include build instructions and tips for handling the grill. The cool thing is once you have the Chariot, you'll be set for any future move. Don't be surprised if friends or family want to borrow it!

Coming mid to late August

Chariot Ships Free

After delivering our first ceramic grill (years ago), we recognized one important thing: we needed to come up with an efficient way to move the grills. We tried numerous moving methods but it did not take long to recognize our chariot mover was/is the quickest and easiest way to move a big kamado grill.

For the last couple years, we've offered the chariot to our in-store customers who do self installs. When they return the chariot, we generally ask, how'd it go. The consistent response we hear is....the chariot made the job so easy.

The Chariot package includes 2 of the 3 key pieces to building your own chariot:
  • two cut-to-form wood braces;
  • two threaded rods with nuts/washers.
You'll need to add the third key piece: two 2x4 wood arms. It's a quick trip to our local lumberyard for two 2"x4"x8" wood studs. We don't include the arms because shipping them cost more than buying them.

The tools to build the chariot are simply:
  • #2 Phillips head screwdriver or bit,
  • saw to cut the arms to length,
  • drill and two bits.

We include build instructions and tips for handling the grill. The cool thing is once you have the Chariot, you'll be set for any future move. Don't be surprised if friends or family want to borrow it!