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New table and Large BGE


Hey guys. I just put together my new large BGE. Do y'all think it is okay to just use the BGE table nest, or do I need to use a paver as well?


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  • jabamjabam Posts: 1,782
    Welcome aboard! Table nest is fine. 
    Central Valley CA     One large egg One chocolate lab "Halle" two chiuahuas "Skittles and PeeWee"
  • SkinnyVSkinnyV Posts: 3,399
    Congrats, I like the table nest look.
    Seattle, WA
  • johnkitchensjohnkitchens Posts: 5,119
    Nice looking table and dog. The table nest will be fine. 

    Louisville, GA - 2 Large BGE's
  • Jll0004Jll0004 Posts: 29
    Should the egg have any 'wiggle room'? It doesn't move much, but it does have some movement. Does that sound right? 
  • bhedges1987bhedges1987 Posts: 3,201
    Nice setup!

    Kansas City, Missouri
    Large Egg
    Mini Egg

    "All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us" - Gandalf


  • RACRAC Posts: 1,688
    Great setup! Welcome

    Ricky

    Boerne, TX

  • johnkitchensjohnkitchens Posts: 5,119
    Jll0004 said:
    Should the egg have any 'wiggle room'? It doesn't move much, but it does have some movement. Does that sound right? 
    Sounds right to me. I would just keep an eye on it for a while and make sure the wood isn't getting too hot. 

    Sounds like you will be ok though. 

    Louisville, GA - 2 Large BGE's
  • Sweet100sSweet100s Posts: 425
    If you have a laser thermometer,  check the temperature of the middle part of the wood  at the end of your cook.   

    Anything under xxx degrees F is probably ok. 
    Where xxx = ?  200 ?
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