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anyone tried fitting a medium green egg in a wall-mounted tabletop / shelf

Greetings from the Netherlands, where the weather has just turned great for BBQ (well, always a good time for BBQ :-)

We have just gotten our Medium BGE and while first being completely convinced about the WWOO (www.wwoo.nl) we are now more tempted to go for fitting the BGE in a wall-mounted shelf / beam and standing on top of concrete cube.

See picture attached here (am aware this is a Mini, I want to apply this design to my Medium BGE):
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Anyone tried this and has design / blueprints? Any recommendations / suggestions for design and materials?

Best,

Arjen
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  • TurtleCreekTurtleCreek Posts: 140
    edited July 2013
    Looks like a great idea.  Not very similar to my table.  My only suggestion would be to be sure you have enough room/clearance toward the rear when opening the lid.  My guess is that's why the egg is moved toward the front of the shelf in this picture.  I am sure others will chime in with their thoughts too.

    Oh I almost forgot .... Welcome aboard
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  • that doesn't look like a mini, that's a medium ..

    John - SLC, UT

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