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Eggccessories storage ideas ?.

pmnhsn5pmnhsn5 Posts: 19
edited August 2011 in EggHead Forum
I am looking for storage ideas for all of my eggccessories. I have standard plate setter and grate along with; small extender grate, AR with 2 rectangular/oval grates and one smaller round grate, AR extender, spider rig, 13 inch pizza/heat deflector stone, 13 inch cast iron grate, 16 inch pizza stone, rectangular aluminum drip pan, round aluminum drip pan, stoker, I think that is it.

As you can see I have quite a bit. I use most of them often and am looking for a better way to store and keep them organized. I currently have them in a big plasitic tub (except the stoker) inside my garage. I am constantly shuffling and re-stacking. I don't like storing them in the egg besides they all won't fit. I really want to keep them outside by my egg and table, except during the winter.

I am contemplating building a new table or adding on to existing table or maybe a separate storage unit.
Would really love to hear your ideas! I am hoping for something simple or easy, do not really want to build new or add on, but I realize I may have to. Thanks
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Comments

  • apinionapinion Posts: 470
    Add a pull out drawer to the bottom.
    Louisianian by birth, Louisianian by death. Austinite for now...
  • Buckwoody EggerBuckwoody Egger Posts: 153
    edited August 2011
    You can hang the platesetter under the table with either wires/hooks or c-shaped racks and put the pizza stones on top. They will be exposed to the elements but can be stored warm. Also, you can get a variety of boxes to go under the table or on the shelf and group by function. Last thing, you will always have a couple things that stay inside, just prioritize based on frequency, likelihood of rusting, etc. Same exercise as reconfiguring your toolbox, tacklebox, etc.

    Here's my platesetter hanging under the Egg:
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  • tbk420tbk420 Posts: 70
    ^^I feel like that is one of those "Find the platesetter in this picture" games lol ;-)
  • Buckwoody EggerBuckwoody Egger Posts: 153
    edited August 2011
    Mine is a home-grown setup with wire and hooks. I actually keep the pizza stone in the box but could slide it on top of the platesetter. I keep my rib rack and cast iron dutch oven in the house.
  • pmnhsn5pmnhsn5 Posts: 19
    Yes, I like these ideas. I think I can do a combination of these ideas. The hooks/hangers to the platesetter and stones, pull out drawer below the bottom shelf and keeping a couple things in the egg. I do keep CI dutch oven in the house.

    Thanks
  • iBeeSmok'niBeeSmok'n Posts: 270
    This setup was at Eggtoberfest last year.
  • geegee Posts: 71
    Just use your old gasser!!!!!! :-)) >:-)
    Who cares I'll post where I want
  • This setup was at Eggtoberfest last year.
    That's a good idea.

     

    -SMITTY     

    from SANTA CLARA, CA

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