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Weber 6549 Weber Q Rolling Cart

4.5 out of 5 stars 390 customer reviews
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  • Fits Weber Q 100 and Weber Q 200 series, and Weber Char Q grills
  • Makes it easy to transport your Weber Q grill
  • Locks securely to serve as a stationary stand
  • Folds easily for storing in small car trunks and compact areas
  • Great for tailgating
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Product Description

This ingenious quick folding cart can be used as a grill stand or as a caddy to transport the Weber Q gas grills. To use as a caddy, simply fold and place the Weber Q grill on top. Fits Weber Q 100 and Weber Q 200 series, and Weber Char Q grills.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20.9 x 5.7 x 31.5 inches
Item Weight 14 pounds
Shipping Weight 13.3 pounds
Department Appliances
Manufacturer Weber
ASIN B0044985A0
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Item model number 6549
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4.5 out of 5 stars 390 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #55,111 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#970 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Grills & Outdoor Cooking > Outdoor Cooking Replacement Parts

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Verified Purchase
When I looking for carts for my Weber Q 220, the choices was 6507 (Good Reviews); 41429 (Goods Reviews too) and this 6549: (No reviews on Internet) So, I've wrote to the excellent Weber customer service and they told me that it is a new model. Basically is the same with slight modifications. One I can note is that 6549 has a space for store the tank below grill , which is very good because reduce the footprint of the entire set. Related to quality, I think is good and does the job.
The other question to Weber was, what's cover works with this cart? Ok, the model number is Cover 6554 wich is specially designed for use with 6549 cart.

Overall, very happy with my grill.

Hope this help to anyone like me searching for the right accesories.
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My Weber 6549 cart arrived well packed and in perfect condition. The only tool required for assembly was a hammer to lock the wheel retainers onto their axle. The cart is cleverly designed to not only lock the grill securely to the cart but also to serve as a fold-up rolling transporter. The materials seem weather-resistant, and the cart is attractive.

Despite these virtues, I still wish that the cart did at least two more things:

First, the cart isn't designed to support a 20# propane cylinder. Owners who use their Q-series grills as their main outdoor cooking tool will opt, as I have, to install the 20# propane cylinder adapter. It would be convenient to use the cart as storage for both the propane cylinder and the grill. Although the bottom wires of the cart will (reluctantly) support a 20# cylinder, it is obvious that they aren't designed to do so. For the longevity of the cart, it is not a good idea to overload it. This means that the propane cylinder must sit on the ground beside the cart and be disconnected/reconnected at each move. It also means that even though the cart folds to roll the grill, I still have to lug the propane cylinder and its hose seperately. These results are sub-optimal.

Second, the cart allows the grill to move excessively. While cooking, this isn't too noticeable. Trying to scrub the grate after cooking, though, necessitates the use of one hand to stabilize the cart. Otherwise, the grill moves around so much that half of your arm movements are wasted moving the grill itself. I never had the feeling that the grill was going to overturn; the cart is not that unstable. I did feel, though, that cleaning was far harder than it should have been. The cleaning issue is directly attributable to the cart's lack of rigidity.
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I couldn't figure out the difference between the 6549, 6507 and 41429. I called Weber Customer service. Although pleasant, she was clueless. The 6549 is the upgrade from the 6507. I'm still not sure where the 41429 fits in the scheme of things or the differences. I would have preferred the Stationary Cart but it apparently does not hold my Q100.

Just got the 6549 yesterday. It was easy to put together, the parts are lightweight but tension seems to give it more strength. The grill fits well and is easy to install. A single velcro in the back holds it in place.

A couple of slight CONS:
1) The bottom rack does NOT hold the tank. It is supposed to sit on the ground in the hole. This makes it inconvenient to roll.

2) The cart must be turned upside down in order to disassemble/reassemble for travel. It's easy to remove and install the grill but still, it's a few unnecessary steps. This could have been designed better.
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I bought the weber q220 for my husband and he absolutely loves it but wanted a stand for it. He did a ton of research and went with this newer model. The cart is sturdy and holds the grill securely. The biggest issue with the stand is that the grill has to be removed to collapse it into a carry along cart. I would have liked weber to design this cart so that the legs collapse without having to remove the grill. Removing the grill is fairly simple, it is held in place by a single Velcro strap, so this is by no means a deal breaker. Because of this small inconvenience I rated this cart 4 stars. If they fixed this issue, I would give it 5 stars.
It works well for small spaces and this new design has a spot for a 20# tank to sit on the floor below the grill. When setup the grill feels secure on the cart. There is some wobble when cleaning the grill but nothing excessive or dangerous, this is to be expected of a mobile cart. Overall I would recommend this product and would buy it again.
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I have a Q 120. Pros: fits nice and snug and cart is stable with the added weight, good working height. Cons: a bit overpriced (being just plastic, metal tube and wire) and cart has to be flipped over to manipulate the wire rack into a pull handle.
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My whole Weber setup including this cart, the Q100 grill, the cover and the propane extension cable came to about $200. I consider it money well spent, I grill with this whole setup 3 or more times week and could not be happier. I have yet to go through a whole tank of propane and get great results.

I was not sure which cart to get, but for me this was the correct choice. Great product with absolutely no cons.
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