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Table question

SpearsSpears Posts: 6
edited 6:29PM in EGG Table Forum
Hi guys and girls, I am new here to the forum and my wife gave me the best christmas gift of all a large BGE!!! I am going to build a table and I have seen several on the naked whiz site. Just wondering what material I need to use ( pine,cedar,etc.). Any info is greatly appreciated. One more thing, this site rocks!!!!

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  • I'm also building two of the naked whiz tables. I'm using cedar.
  • PBensPBens Posts: 3
    Hi Guys,

    I found a small sawmill locally and bought cypress for my table about 5 years ago. It looks great and the wood is easy to work with. Plus it is naturally resistant to insects. I mounted a medium and a large egg. I adjusted the height of the eggs using a frame and ceramic tiles under the egg.
    If I can find some of my old pictures I'll post them.



    Paul
  • SpearsSpears Posts: 6
    thanks for the info. got a guy i work with he and his dad have a saw mill and i got some red oak from him, just got it planed down and going to start building it sometime this week hopefully. thanks again
  • SpearsSpears Posts: 6
    thanks for the info. got a guy i work with he and his dad have a saw mill and i got some red oak from him, just got it planed down and going to start building it sometime this week hopefully. thanks again
  • SpearsSpears Posts: 6
    thanks for the info. got a guy i work with he and his dad have a saw mill and i got some red oak from him, just got it planed down and going to start building it sometime this week hopefully. thanks again
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