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  • Issue with Large Egg table

    Have had our egg and table for just about 2 years.  Somehow, this photo exaggerates the problem, which is a good thing for illustration purposes.  

    We got our Egg and table as wedding gifts, so I'm not totally furious, but this table is constructed pretty horribly.  I understand that the majority/all of the weight is on one side of it, so it is prone to be a bit canted/leaned.  

    My question is, I am planning to disassemble the whole thing, flip the table over, 'right' it, tighten all lag bolts and potentially add a "V" frame on the back to reinforce, using some 1x4's or 1x6's.  My latest thought was just just have the reinforcing wood on the side with the egg (picture a "V" right behind where the egg sits).  

    Browsed the forum and couldn't find any help.  Any thoughts/experience/links would be much appreciated!
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