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Help - New Table

danv23danv23 Posts: 713
edited 3:47AM in EggHead Forum
Hi all!

The wife bought me a beautiful wood table for my large egg for x-mas. I can't find the 3 green feet that came with the egg for it to rest on, and I'm looking for alternatives from the smartest group of folks on the planet. :)

Any proven alternatives are welcome!

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Comments

  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    I used broken pieces of soapstone.
  • I used a couple of regular bricks under mine and they have been there for many years. Make sure to leave a small gap between the BGE and table top. My top is Melamine (sp?) and other than a crack across the narrow front it still looks good.
  • some firebrick splits cut or broken in half work very well.
    large and small bge
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    Go by three, half inch, copper, pipe elbows. You can use them later to put some separation between the pizza stone and the plate setter or between the plate setter and a drip pan.
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