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Ever build your own Egg table?

Coach EggheadCoach Egghead Posts: 28
edited 1:58AM in EggHead Forum
My girlfriend wanted to buy me a table for my X Mas gift. She's a good women but upon looking at the thing, I told her I could prob construct my own- Has anyone ever done this? Any tips?

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  • FiretruckFiretruck Posts: 2,678
    If you have a small I recommend this. I bought this stainless steel table at sams. I marked the hole and cut it with a plazma cutter.
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    If you have a larger one, I think the naked whiz website has plans for tables.
    http://nakedwhiz.com/tableplans/tableplans.htm
  • KokemanKokeman Posts: 819
    I used the pictures and info on the Whizes site and BGE site. This is what I came up with.
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  • We saw this table at Sam's also. I told Labdad it would make great egg table. In true fashion he didn't think it would work. Glad some else had the same idea and made it work!! It wasn't all that expensive either as I recall. Looks great!!!
  • ric3677ric3677 Posts: 278
    I used the sizes that I found on Whiz's site and then built it myself. Then again...this is what I do for a living.
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    Rick in Mt
  • "Sparky""Sparky" Posts: 6,024
    Hey Coach,the best thing about buiding your own table,is that you can make it any size to fit your needs or available space :woohoo:Here's one that I helped build for a friend for about a hundred bucks(including the swivel castors) :)

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    And here's the one that I built about four years ago for me.It has since been torn down to make room for an outdoor kitchen :blink:

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    The Naked Whiz has some great pics on his website.You can look through them and design your own.It all depends on what you want to spend,and how much time you have ;) Good luck,and please share your results :)
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    Sparky, that table of mine keeps showing up in a lot of posts lately. Too bad I didn't copyright the photos! :woohoo:
  • "Sparky""Sparky" Posts: 6,024
    HAHAHA,Good luck Bert,I took all the pics :lol: I think that you're lucky to have such a famous table :lol: If,I only took some better pics of it :whistle: :blush: ;)Of coarse,we were all too busy drinkin beers and eatin chicken :woohoo: :P
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    I have never achieved my '15 Minutes of Fame', but apparently my table has a couple hours worth from all the viewings. I'm still enjoying it, Doug, and many thanks again for the help. Right now the egg has a pot roast cooking on it. Just fixing to go out and check on it. I'll tell the table you said "hello".
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    OK, told the table "hello", and it said it wants to go back to Doug's for 16 coats of poly.
  • Here is a table for my XL & Lge from last summer:
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  • Awesome tables! and thanks for the links- I noticed many people have a large egg (which I have) and a smaller one- Is there a great reason for this beside and insane love of egging? I have a case of it-
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