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Table for Large BGE

wrobswrobs Posts: 109
edited 10:43AM in EggHead Forum
<p />I am new here to the BGE forum and thought I would share a couple pics of the table I built for my large. Many thanks to The Naked Whiz for the photos on his site that gave me the inspiration.[p]PICT0022.jpg[p]Shows all my junk... the big tubs store the lump and wood chips. Look forward to learning more from all the "experienced" eggers and sharing ideas/recipes.[p]wrobs


  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    nice! I need to make a new table and like the idea of doing it with square tubing. I made a brewery many years ago with steel tubes and it is still in good shape. The table I bought with my BGE is a little over a year old and is showing signs of major wear. ( This could be attributed to the under sized wheels and addition of a small to the same table). Thanks for the pics.
    Cheers, Bob
  • egretegret Posts: 4,063
    That's one beautiful table! Congrats. and welcome aboard.....

  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,432
    Beautiful table! Looks like stained pine with spar varnish?
    Welcome and if you can post some pic's of your cookin we do enjoy that. Any questions- this forum will help.
    Have fun,
    Clay Q

  • wrobswrobs Posts: 109
    Clay Q,
    The wood is Western Red Cedar(Rough-Cut 2x6) except for the thin shelf to the right, which is Eastern White Cedar. You are correct on the Spar Urethane finish... six coats worth![p]wrobs

  • wrobs, just curious. I have my egg on a stand so I can put a bucket directly under the egg to remove the ashes. When you have the egg sitting on a shelf as seen in your picture, how do you remove the ashes? Vacuum?[p]Have always wondered when I see pics like yours. By the way, VERY nice job. I am very envious since I am not a do-it-yourselfer....I don't know which end of the screwdriver I'm supposed to hit the nail with!!!!!!!!!!![p]Hugh Jass
  • irishrogirishrog Posts: 375
    Hugh Jass,
    whats a screwdriver???
    Why do you put good Vodka on a nail????

  • Toy ManToy Man Posts: 416
    I think you should put the ceramic feet under the egg otherwise I would expect 'burn thru' to the wood underneath the tile piece.[p]Toy Man
  • irishrog, as my mother used to say, "sounds like a person after my own heart"![p]hehehe[p]Hugh Jass
  • Toy Man,
    Agreed. And when you do put the feet on, you will need to get a bigger square for the barrier between the egg and the wooden shelf. I use a one and one-half or two inch thick square paver. Feet just fit.

  • wrobswrobs Posts: 109
    Toy Man,
    That is actually a piece of stone about 1-1/2" thick. I cut out about 3/4" to inlay it into the table. The guy that cut it was supposed to make it 14x14 but it came out 12x12 and I decided to use it anyway. The base of the stone doesn't even feel warm when I fired it up to sear some steaks so I think it will be okay.[p]wrobs

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