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Table complete......for the most part

With the granite top installation this is complete, kind of.  Like with projects many of us have built there are a few things I'd do differently if starting over, but it is what it is.  Frame is white oak with the frame planed to 1" x 4" and legs
1-3/4" x 4".  Granite under the Egg as well as the top is 1-1/4" thick, with the bottom piece polished and the top "leathered".  Total weight of this is >400# with the Egg.  I would look for 4" casters rather than 3" if doing over, as although I don't have far to move it with each use, it's not easy.

The Egg is or rather was 13 years old.  I had a cracked firebox that Bruce warranted and while cleaning out the base I found that it was also cracked.  He also warranted the base, so the primary "hot" parts  with the exception of the fire ring are new.  I opted to update the band & hinge assembly, thermometer and daisy wheel while putting this back together.  

Time to fire it up tomorrow!


Comments

  • Kent8621Kent8621 Posts: 617
    looks great nice table.

    2 Large Eggs - Madison, AL

    Boiler Up!!

  • MeTedMeTed Posts: 766
    Nice work! Looking forward to seeing some cooks. 
    Belleville, Michigan

    Just burnin lump in Sumpter
  • EggbertGreenIIEggbertGreenII Posts: 245
    edited October 2018
    Really nice table, I like the clean lines. Great job. I agree with you on the wheels, my lanai has concrete pavers and the 3 inch wheels on my cart make moving it rather difficult.
    Tampa Bay, Florida
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