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wheels on egg nest- upgrade options

The three inch casters on the large egg nest seem barely adequate when I transfer the egg from garage to driveway. Any suggestions regarding sources for much larger casters (or some other novel solution) that don't cost a king's ransom are appreciated. I'd hate to crack the egg on its way to the cooking area.

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  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    ORV,[p]I would imagine you can use any wheels rated for enough weight.[p]Ping Bobby-Q - he has his competition eggs on some monster mudder tires. They look like they're mounted on four wheelers. [p]
  • FlaMikeFlaMike Posts: 648
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    <p />ORV, I did mine last year.
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    I used two casters with brakes, two without. Works great. Well worth the effort and cost.
    Good luck
    Mike

    [ul][li]Here's the Link[/ul]
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    <p />ORV,
    here is what Bobby and I use.[p]

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    <p />Another try.
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    <p />And yet another
  • ccrider,
    That sure looks like it would fill the bill. Can you advise where to purchase and the actual description of the caster so I can order appropritely? Also approximate cost??
    thanks

  • ORV,
    Bobby bought then at Harbor Freight. I think that they were $19.95 each. Just call Bobby @ BGE headquarters and he can tell you for sure.
    (770) 938-9394 Ext. 108

  • FlaMike,
    Mike: This looks like it will do the job. Thanks for the link and the prompt response. Much cheaper than re-doing my lousy driveway!

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