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Building an XL Table

BigTex33BigTex33 Posts: 40
edited June 2012 in EGG Table Forum

I decided to see if I could save money by building my Egg table.  I spent $105 at Lowe's for treated lumber and deck screws for my table.  All six legs are 4 x 4's and the framing is 2 x 4's.  The table frame is 90" long and 33" wide.  The top and the main shelf will be covered using 5/4 x 6 decking.  The pictures are my starting materials and an in-progress picture where I stopped for lunch.  I still have 4 more cross braces to add to the bottom frame.

I have one XL BGE and I am about to buy a second one and I wanted to have a table to accommodate both eggs.  This is one massive table!


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