When my old gas barbecue grill stopped working, I stripped the frame and turned it into a rolling mitersaw stand.

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When my old gas barbecue grill stopped working, I stripped the frame and turned it into a rolling mitersaw stand. With the mitersaw mounted between the stand's wings, I measured the difference between the wing supports and the mitersaw's table. After planing two 2×8s to that thickness, I mounted them on the wings to provide support for long pieces during cuts.
—Jerry Barnhill, Chewelah, Wash.