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Every BGE deserves a good home

EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
edited 9:46PM in EggHead Forum
Almost done, I have to cut and drop my new LBGE tomorrow.
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  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,791
    That is one of the nicer tables I've seen in a while. Great room for storage and I like the side materials,
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    Beautiful.

    Nice handiwork.
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Thanks, do not know why it posted on main forum. All of the material is stuff I could find in home stores and modify it to work. Bought the marble from local guys that dropped a counter top. Biggest cost was the IPA. I am excited. :woohoo:
  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    Very nice, TCB, I especially like the natural stone. Be sure to put a hefty piece of masonry under your Egg so it doesn't scorch the woodwork.
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Thanks Brad, I used 1x4 cement boards that I need to paint black, Would you still recommend a granite tile for heat? DM
  • DarnocDarnoc Posts: 2,661
    That is one cool design and you do earn the frugal marble award of the day.. You seem to have a load of space to prep and assemble the food.Great job!
  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,791
    ahhh, who cares. Post away.
  • JeffersonianJeffersonian Posts: 4,244
    No, in fact I'd recommend against putting granite under your Egg for a couple of reasons. First, it's more brittle than a cement paver and thus more likely to crack under the weight of the Egg. Second, because it's a pretty expensive piece of stone to hide under the Egg. The paver I use was like $4 at Home Depot.

    Granite is excellent, however, as your working surface. I've just got a square of it I work on, but I love it as much as our granite inside. Here's my rig:

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    I have the second paver beneath for hot plate setters, etc.
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Thanks, I did not even think of an extra for plate setter. Heading to HD for some stone and need to add a shelf.
  • tjvtjv Posts: 3,625
    i'm digging that set up. t
    www.ceramicgrillstore.com ACGP, Inc.
  • First class set up! Very nice work. :)
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    Crimsongator wrote:
    That is one of the nicer tables I've seen in a while. Great room for storage and I like the side materials,

    My thought exactly!
  • cahuckcahuck Posts: 31
    I have Egg envy!
  • WoodbutcherWoodbutcher Posts: 1,004
    Oh yea, that's nice. B) Show us again with the egg installed, please.
  • SteveinTNSteveinTN Posts: 229
    looks great!!!!
    check out the kingsford coal storage units you can get at lowes.
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Will do thanks. :evil:
  • B) classy digs for your BGE!!
    :unsure: please don't "drop it" though :(
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