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Just saw your post about wanting plans for my stone and concrete table. Sorry for the delay in responding but I haven't checked this site for a few weeks. I'd be happy to send you pics and my rough plans. Just shoot me an email at so I know where to send them and I'll email what I have.


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  • mtcecil, Can you open your lid all the way without it hitting the wall behind it? I am thinking of mounting mine in a spot that already has a built in grill and hood, but I wont be able to open the lid all the way. Sorry for the much delayed r…
  • maxPowers, I checked my inbox and I don't have anything, can you try to send it again. I originally bought the XL table cover and that's what I based my plans on. However, with my adjustments I made as it went along, it doesn't fit very well. It c…
  • maxPowers, thanks for the comments! I did not build it with wheels, mainly because I was concerned about the weight. My estimation on the weight is 50 lb for the frame, 200 lb for the stone and 250 lb for the concrete countertop. This table is goi…
  • Jasper, I originally thought so as well. I've researched that on this forum and the Naked Whiz website. The XL egg does not come with feet and from what I've seen it's not recommended to use the feet with the XL. That's another reason I went with fi…
  • Thanks. I used fire brick under the egg. I got that idea from the Naked Whiz website. After reviewing that site,  I highly recommend the fire brick. I had a local concrete company pour the concrete countertop to get the exact color I wanted. 
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