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Ceramic feet or paver

meat73meat73 Posts: 140
edited February 2012 in EGG Table Forum
I have the egg in my new table with ceramic tile and the ceramic feet under it it seems quite wobbly those of you that have set it on a paver or something thicker is it much more solid then on the feet?  Trying to decide what to do.


  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    edited February 2012
    it'll wobble more on a flat surface.  three feet means it won't wobble, unless you have two in the back and one in the front.  put one in the back, two in the front.

    a three legged stool won't wobble and is more stable, unless you tilt back on two legs.

    i think your issue is the open dome tilting back changes the center of gravity enough to tilt back on the rear two feet.  reverse the feet, one in back under the hinge, and behold
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • meat73meat73 Posts: 140
    thanks  man will try first thing in am then off to watch race next year lookout will be cooking everything on the egg 
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