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My XL Big Green Egg Table - What about the feet...

DenevanDenevan Posts: 24
edited December 2012 in EGG Table Forum

I have wanted to build a table for my XL BGE forever now and I am nearly finished adding the final touches (going to TRY to make some doors and then stain and spar varnish the whole thing). I Kreg jigged 2x4's and 4x4's for the frame and then covered it in cedar picket fence posts ($2.25 at the big box stores – much cheaper than cedar boards – but they need to be sanded)... I really prefer the open concept verses dropping the egg though a hole (I move a lot so it has to be somewhat mobile).

I went to add my feet and cannot decide if I should do two in the front and 1 in the back or two in the back and 1 in the front. I looked at many pictures and it is about 50/50... The egg seems to be sturdy -- does anyone have any suggestions or engineering reasons why one way is better? Is the new table nest any better of a solution?


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