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Dimentions for Mini Egg Table?

Hey Ya'll,
This forum is pretty cool. Wow, who would have guessed a grill could generate such diehard afficianados! I might have to try one, really.

Anyway, I was asked to build a table for someone, and was told I could get the relevant dimensions for the hole and support deck here. The problem is that the dimensions are only listed for the Small, Med, Large, and extra large BGE.

Any of ya'll able to tell me what size hole and the space necessary between the top of the support deck and the bottom of the table top? I did a search, but couldn't find these dimensions. Some very talented craftsmen here though! Again, wow!


  • OO Posts: 25
    check with Clay Q for an awesome mini table,If you have'nt saw it yet>its incredible!maybe he has dementions
  • Are you talking about the one built to knock down? Yes I saw that, a really nice table! It's not what I'm building, but need to know the size of the hole for a mini-egg and the optimum underset for the lower supporting deck. There really are a lot of genuine craftsmen here, cool.

  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Heres is what I got on my mini:
    Width: 12 inches, not counting bolt:


    Height: to lower lip, 7 1/2 inches


    Width at base is 9 1/2 inches.

    Hope this helps, any thing else , shot me an email for member profile link.

    BTW, the metal wire cart is from Target on sale for under $18 :)
  • Hey Loco,
    Thanks for going the extra mile with pictures! Now I can go cut the center hole and get the legs attached.
    18 bucks is great, heheh. I have better than 40 bucks in cypress lumber alone in this.
  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Glad to help where I can!
    Like to see a pic or two when completed!
  • Sure, I'll do that! He wanted it about as tall as a coffee table, more of a wood 'stand' than a table, really. It should be pretty though. Again, I appreciate the help and effort to help me out! I'd invite ya'll over for a cookout, but all I have my gas Charbroil . . . for now, heheh. I read some of the other posts, Ya'll have me interested now, dang it!
  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673

  • Well, I gotta agree with that, heheh. I'm not a big Gas fan, I've always preferred charcoal, but . . . . I can't look a Christmas-gift-horse in the mouth . . . especially when married to it . . . . crap, I know I just got myself in trouble with that metaphor.
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