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Eggtoberfest cement heat deflector info needed

iBeeSmok'niBeeSmok'n Posts: 270
edited 4:33AM in EggHead Forum
I am wondering if anyone picked up the supplier information for these cement heat deflectors. I seem to have lost my info.

Thanks

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Comments

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    First I seen of that one...someone's thinkin outside the box and inside the wallet...pretty inventive...
  • Photo EggPhoto Egg Posts: 7,906
    "inside the wallet"

    That's funny. I agree. Just JB Weld you BGE feet to a paver for almost free.
    Thank you,
    Darian

    Galveston Texas
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    got my "feet" on top of several 19 cent firebricks..been that way for MANY years..knock on wood..no problems so far...wouldn't be surprised to see an asking price of $20 + dollars for that fancy contraption..never mind shipping on a hunk of concrete....still say, it's pretty inventive tho.
  • I am in the process of designing my outdoor kitchen and don't want to tie up my BGE feet in the cabinet because I use them for a few different cooks.
    Any ideas are always appreciated.
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    BGE stresses some type of paver or other device under the egg..I feel that an air gap only helps that....the feet provide an easy way of achieving that ....and you can certainly buy more feet from your dealer for a fairly cheap price...here's a quick pic I found of my setup...quarry tiles and firebricks..and its been that way for 7 years with no problems...
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  • Thanks Wess very true about the availability of extra feet.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 23,020
    paver and 75 cents ;) three quarters work n place of the feet. it doesnt take muchj
  • tsbradytsbrady Posts: 101
    I have got his info at home (I am at work now)I will get it tonight and ping you tomorrow if you want, he is a woodworker out of Tennessee, Jackson I think
  • Looks like he made a form with a cut up frizbee and 3 dixie cups--should be pretty easy to duplicate-- ;)
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    ;)
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