I've seen 'em at Menard's and even the local Harbor Freight store. You
might consider mounting the Lazy Susan on a set of wheels so you can roll
the barrel around (you'll probably want to fix a catch to the barrel to
prevent it from turning on the Lazy Susan when moving it).prevented from
> That sounds like a good idea to me. Where do you get the lazy-susan
> set-up, or did you make it?
> >we set the barrel (vertically, open end up) on a heavy duty
> >lazy-susan and gave it a half-turn in either direction every 15
> >Chris K.
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