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Is anyone using the table nest with their tables ? I'm currently using 2 " pavers under my xl , but wondering if the table nest would be a better option ?
I have a table nest under my LBGE prior to the nest I was using ceramic feet and had no problem but a lot of people on the forum said that I needed to put a stone or nest under the Egg so I got the nest I like it t looks sharp
2 Large Eggs and a Mini 2 Pit Bulls and a Pork shoulder or butt nearby and 100% SICILIAN
Long Island N.Y.
The table nest allows for air flow below the egg and greatly reduces heat transfer to the table below. I recommend one.
I used to have a paving stone under mine but I was worried that the heat would transfer to the stone and char the table. I bought a table nest and it works great. It allows for plenty of airflow between the grill and table.
Gulf Coast FL
edited December 2013
I have never had a heat problem with the stones.
I did however discover a hairline crack in the bottom of my base after
my 1 and only clean burn.
I'm wondering if moisture between the stones and the base , and or lack of air flow under the base could be responsible for the crack ?
I have a table nest for my large. I originally had the egg sitting directly on a concrete paver. Then, I was in my local BGE dealer and saw the table nest. I really like how it gives airflow between the egg and the paver. For about $20, it's a good investment.
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