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BGE Feet

watermkerwatermker Posts: 2
edited September 2012 in EggHead Forum

New to the forum but think its a great way to learn about the egg

In the process of building a table for my lg egg. I see where most that are using tables are using legs under the egg for ventalation. I did not get feet with my egg. Does anyone know where I can aquire feet for my BGE? Is anyone using any other material in place of the feet?

 

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  • EggdamEggdam Posts: 223
    The legs underneath are not required.  I have seen quite a few people just use a large tile as a large size coaster.  You could check with your egg dealer if you want them. 
  • egretegret Posts: 4,063
    watermker said:

    New to the forum but think its a great way to learn about the egg

    In the process of building a table for my lg egg. I see where most that are using tables are using legs under the egg for ventalation. I did not get feet with my egg. Does anyone know where I can aquire feet for my BGE? Is anyone using any other material in place of the feet?

     

    BGE doesn't produce the ceramic feet any longer. I'd strongly suggest you put some air space under the egg no matter what it sits on. Several tables have been scorched by not doing so. BGE makes a table nest just for this purpose. I don't see it up on their web site yet, but, ask your dealer about them.......
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