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Table redesign problem

rconercone Posts: 143
edited 3:32PM in EGG Table Forum
I am contemplating changing the plans for my table half way through the project. The online dimensions for a table for a large egg states that the distance from the top of the lower shelf to the top of the table should be 15 inches. If I change the plans to what I would like, the distance will change to 16 inches.

I have yet to assemble my egg so I am unable to determine if there will be a hinge clearance issue.

Will the new design still work, or should I figure out how to maintain the desired 15 spacing?

Thanks,

Steve
"Feed me, or feed me to something; I just want to be part of the food chain" Al Bundy

LBGE, SBGE, Carson Rotisserie, Blackstone Griddle  

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Comments

  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Put a paving stone under the egg and do not recess it into the table, you will be fine :)
  • rconercone Posts: 143
    Thanks, that is what I was trying to avoid. I guess I will just have to bite the bullet on this table.
    "Feed me, or feed me to something; I just want to be part of the food chain" Al Bundy

    LBGE, SBGE, Carson Rotisserie, Blackstone Griddle  

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
  • DrossieDrossie Posts: 6
    For my table the distance between the upper and lower shelf is 15". I've put the BGE on the green feet. I guess 16" will be no problem, look at my picture:

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