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Where did you all get your egg feet? I hear of some using them with custom built stands. Did the feet come with your package when purchasing or are these purchase elsewhere?
They usually come with the egg. If you bought a nest, the dealer may have assumed you wouldn't need the feet in which case you should ask for them. They do come in handy to seperate stuff from a platesetter etc.
Mike in Abita
They come with the small, medium, and large egg. If you didn't get a set and would like some, go to your dealer and ask him for a set. Most often when they sell the egg with a nest they leave the feet out and would have a few sets laying around the shop somewhere.
They are included in the Small,Med, Large and XL Egg. If you bought a new BGE, you paid for them. Go get 'em from your dealer. They also are available to purchase as an "eggcessory".
Fred A. Bernardo , owner of Tasty Licks BBQ Supply in Shillington, Pa.
I purchased an extra set when we were at the eggtoberfest 3 for about $10. Tim
I wanted to buy 4 feet but I was told I had to buy 3 at a time.
A set of 3 came with the large egg & I purchased 3 feet from dealer as extras. Grand kids like to play with little green things I guess :S
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