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Temp Table

Hopefully around Father's Day I will be getting my XL BGE. I decided to build a temporary table for it till I can build its permanent home. I'm hoping the table nest feet will fit on the corner pieces, otherwise I will just deck it. I can't wait to start grilling. image
Eastern Shore, MD - XL


  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 1,889
    Just be careful that it can't get bumped...1000 degree coals will create some excitement, a broken egg will create heartbreak.
  • ESTBoatESTBoat Posts: 11
    Something to think about. Thanks.
    Eastern Shore, MD - XL
  • vtsmokervtsmoker Posts: 7

    You sould look at the stability of the tables they make for the egg. I'd think this thru

    Spaightlabs said it best. One of those legs kicks your done. When you open the egg you change the weight load.

  • cazzycazzy Posts: 9,064
    That's scary...go grab some cinder blocks and use them for a temporary table.

    Won't cost you much and will make a good temporary stand for your egg. For and a paver and you'll be at perfect grilling height.

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    Just a hack that makes some $hitty BBQ....
  • mt332mt332 Posts: 13
    Deciding on table for XL BGE. Has anyone had experience with JS Design Shop tables and company. Also thing of metal cart. Anyone had experience with Challenger metal carts. Any other suggestions for metal cart companies.
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