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Newbie table/paver/fire brick question. WIll this work?
I started making my table while waiting for my egg to arrive. I based my dimensions off another egg and took into account that feet would be included. I have read here that I can use a paver or brick underneath the egg as support and heat barrier but I have a question. Wouldn't having a paver not have adequate air space between the egg and the table and transfer alot of heat to the table? I am not doubting you in any way as I know many here use it and have been fine. But I have a cedar table and do not want heat it to much. Would my homeade feet work to support the egg and give it good air space. There is no support in the middle, so do I need something in the middle? I realize my feet are higher than the egg feet, so I may have to cut them down a bit to get the egg to fit the table a bit better. What do the experts say?