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large green egg help!!!!!!

Just purchased my second green egg..a large..yeah me!!!! But...they wont have my nest till tomarrow so I was wondering can I put this baby on bricks or cynder blocks today so I can fire him up rightnow?....just until my nest gets here in the morning?....help help help!!!!!!!
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  • grege345grege345 Posts: 3,487
    Why not just your other egg? With that being said I would fire it up. I just wouldn't get to far from it
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  • yellowdogbbqyellowdogbbq Posts: 374
    You can just set it on the ground (concrete drive or on a paver) but be careful it doesn't get knocked over.
  • CAT SellerCAT Seller Posts: 205
    I would use solid bricks rather then cinder blocks, especially if you have kids or animals around. I would keep it as low to ground as possible to prevent a tip over.
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  • Charlie tunaCharlie tuna Posts: 2,191
    I wouldn't take the chance --  use the original, even if you need to make it in two batches.
  • Carolina QCarolina Q Posts: 8,675
    Sure you can. People who are planning to build a table and don't want to waste money on a nest do it all the time. Just set it on pavement, not your lawn (where it could tip over).

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    Michael 
    Central Connecticut 

  • jaydub58jaydub58 Posts: 1,771

    Well, with three warnings (four now, including me) about tipping over, there must be a message here.

     

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    John in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
  • egretegret Posts: 4,035
    Just purchased my second green egg..a large..yeah me!!!! But...they wont have my nest till tomarrow so I was wondering can I put this baby on bricks or cynder blocks today so I can fire him up rightnow?....just until my nest gets here in the morning?....help help help!!!!!!!
    Put it on concrete blocks.......just be sure you use the flat sides to set it on because the sides with the hole openings are pretty rough and you could chip the bottom circumference. I put a ton of them on blocks at the GA Mt. Eggfest and had no problem whatever and the ground was anything but level. The eggs are very stable on a flat surface and you'll have no problem with it tipping. I used 4 blocks for each egg, but, you could probably get by with three laid side-by-side.
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  • Charlie tunaCharlie tuna Posts: 2,191
    Set it on your pavement -- and it will melt right into it!
  • Carolina QCarolina Q Posts: 8,675
    Set it on your pavement -- and it will melt right into it!
    LOL, didn't think of that. Ok, blocks then. :)

    Everybody knows there’s three acceptable condiments for a hot dog; there’s mustard, onions and stagnant cart water! That’s IT!   ... Jon Stewart


    Michael 
    Central Connecticut 

  • rsmith193rsmith193 Posts: 219
    Set it on pavers , you'll be fine. Its not much different from the original feet you got in the past.
  • For sure. I did it when my table burned dow for a week or 2 until I got a nest. Worked like a champ.

  • TexanOfTheNorthTexanOfTheNorth Posts: 3,910
    Sure you can. People who are planning to build a table and don't want to waste money on a nest do it all the time. Just set it on pavement, not your lawn (where it could tip over).
    That's me (still working on my table). Mine is on a paver on my deck. I don't have any kids running around so I am not worried about it tipping over.
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