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I finally added to my BGE family...

CobraCobra Posts: 110
edited 11:57AM in EggHead Forum
So I finally pulled the trigger on the XL that I have wanted for a long time. Along with the XL, Im building a table to hold both the new XL and the Large that I inherited from my dad.

I have a few pics of the table in rough form, test fitting the eggs. Sorry for the picture quality, but they are cell phone pics. I will add better pics when I get the table completed.

Here are the pics of the table in rough form.

Here is the first firing of the XL.


  • E.RedshirtE.Redshirt Posts: 18
    I actually like the planks sticking out at all different lengths- adds a really rustic feel to the table :P
  • berrygoodberrygood Posts: 372
    E.Redshirt wrote:
    I actually like the planks sticking out at all different lengths- adds a really rustic feel to the table :P
    FWIW, I agree.
  • NC-CDNNC-CDN Posts: 703
    Dam! That XL really shows the Large who it's daddy is. LOL. Side by side it's quite distinguished.

    Looking good. Congrats on the purchase.
  • should the feet be used on an xl.i thought the bottom had to be fully supported.
  • smoker62smoker62 Posts: 80
    Do they send feet with the XL? If yes then they must be intended for the bottom right? Not being a smart ass I just dont know. :ermm:
  • Very Nice
  • CobraCobra Posts: 110
    I dont know for sure? I asked my dealer about the feet and he said here you go...

    Does anyone know for sure if the bottom needs to be fully supported?
  • Is that a L.C. down there? Are you also on the MUD forum? I've had an 80 and two 100's. Awesome machines, but they have no respect for gasoline.
  • CobraCobra Posts: 110
    It is an LC, an '81 FJ40. Its fun, mechanically its good, but needs a little body work. Unfortunately I have more hobbies than I have time.(Or $$) I'll have to check out the mud forum.
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