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New Egg Table, almost finished.

krsk96krsk96 Posts: 10
edited 10:49AM in EGG Table Forum
Just have to stain the last few peices of wood I put on and get some Stainless chain or something around just in case. It's pretty stable, I don't want it to fall though. Had the egg about a month, going to low slow a roast tomorrow and pull it for supper. Loving the egg so far, just realized I really need to refinish the deck!



  • BBQMavenBBQMaven Posts: 1,041
    I like the table... what is the wheel under the Egg for?
    Kent Madison MS
  • krsk96krsk96 Posts: 10
    Thanks BBQ. The wheels are for moving the table, almost like a wheelbarrow. Plus they act as a 3rd set of legs when it sits level. Not a planned idea, I was hoping the porcelain tile would offset the weight of the egg and it would hang off the side, in theory it would have but in real life.. not so much. I didn't want another set of legs to try and keep level and was going to put wheels on one set of legs anyway so I scratched my head and ended up with adjustable wheels under the egg. Gota run check egg temp!
  • BBQMavenBBQMaven Posts: 1,041
    I see...

    Why not just buy another Egg and hang it off the other side :whistle:
    Kent Madison MS
  • krsk96krsk96 Posts: 10
    $7.00 wheels, $700.00 egg for counterweight.... I should have went with the egg and never looked back :laugh:... it's "amost finished" could always change the plan!
  • Judy's EggJudy's Egg Posts: 104
    Now that's a unique table. Did you draw up plans or just wing it?
  • krsk96krsk96 Posts: 10
    I drew up plans, and then winged it a little.
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Nice looking table, very unique B)
    You will get a little more stability if you will change the placement of the green feet. Put one directly under the dome hinge, place the other two equidistant around the base. :)
    Nice Job :cheer:

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
  • Big George's BBQBig George's BBQ Posts: 1,152
    Nice work For myself I would want something to make sure the Egg did not do a Humpty Dumpty
  • Nice work.
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