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Small Transporter rig

Wasted WordsWasted Words Posts: 161
edited 2:58AM in EggHead Forum
Awhile back someone (WessB, TNW...not sure) posted some pics of a rig they had constructed to transport a SBGE. I've looked over several sites but can't seem to locate the information. Does anyone know where the key is to unlock this information? :blink:


  • egretegret Posts: 4,110
    Here ya' go : Egg_Transporter.jpg
  • mikeb6109mikeb6109 Posts: 2,067
    ping ssn686... if i remember her was one that posted a nice rig to transport the egg with compartements for the ring and fire box!! that way there was less movement.
  • ScubadogScubadog Posts: 97
    You can also bring along your feet and a paver so you can turn this unit upside down for a work table.
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Look in the "Tips" section of my website..linked below..
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,247
    Here are some dimensions Egret posted a few years back to go with the lovely picture>

    BGE, Small, Transporter, Egret

    This carrier is for the 'small'. It's made from 3/4" plywood and 2X4's. The outside dimension is 20" X 20", the hole diameter is 15", and the 2X4's are 9 & 1/2" in length, which makes the overall height 11".

    1 Poodlemom,
    2 One thing I would do different would be to make the top piece of plywood about 20" X 26" and put a small cutout on the ends of the 26" side for handles (one on each end). It's a little awkward when two people try to pick this thing up and move it.

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    Source: BGE Forum, Egret, 2006/12/03
  • Thanks Egret. ;)
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