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Can side's of BGE contact wood and other table building questions
I'm building a table and I'm wondering if I can make the hole in the top of the tab fit snug around the egg or do I need to leave a gap?[p]While I'm on the subject of building the table. I just realized that I oriented the legs 90 degrees opposite of what's pictured at http://www.nakedwhiz.com/cart.htm.[p]I'm worried if I try to put wheels (I' have a large egg) through the 2x4 legs, the weight of the egg would be to much. (drilling a 5/8 inch hole through the 3 1/2 inch length of the 2x4 doesn't leave much would on either side of the the 2x4. [p]I thought I'd sister up a 2x4 next to it but I would have to drill through where the 2x4's would meet up and that's the weakest joint.[p]Am I being overly worried? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.[p]Looks like I'll have to wait another week before fireing up the BGE :-([p]Thanks