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Unread 05-07-2011, 05:40 PM   #46
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Started on my BGE cart today. No wood.
Steel frame, stainless top, gas burner discada on one end, BGE on the other.
Aluminum tread plate enclosure, light, outlets, etc.
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Unread 05-07-2011, 07:15 PM   #47
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SmokerKing keep us updated with pics please.

Sounds like your building whats beginning to run around in my head.

Don't have the BGE yet but I have my discada and burner both from Disc-It.

Looking forward to learning from your progress.

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SmokerKing keep us updated with pics please.

Sounds like your building whats beginning to run around in my head.

Don't have the BGE yet but I have my discada and burner both from Disc-It.

Looking forward to learning from your progress.

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Unread 05-08-2011, 07:35 AM   #49
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There are some beautiful tables with great attention to detail on this thread. I really like that granite top.


I have 14 3/4" spacing and my hinge almost touches the table top when fully opened. 15 wouldn't give me enough spacing for my large egg.


If I were doing any mods on mine, the first thing I would do is- in front of the intake, I would extend the fire proof surface out to the edge of the shelf. This would make ash removal and cleaning easier and keep any potentially hot coals off the urethane.


I wouldn't be so cheap next time. Instead of using all left over wood and materials and building to what I had, i would buy everything exactly as I wanted. I see my cheapness every time I look at my table!


Looking forward to seeing the all metal tables.

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Well, to glom on to this thread, I plan on building a table for my BGE also. Although I haven't decided on a counter top material, the frame will be built like this Brethren did...
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=63670
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SmokerKing keep us updated with pics please.

Sounds like your building whats beginning to run around in my head.

Don't have the BGE yet but I have my discada and burner both from Disc-It.

Looking forward to learning from your progress.

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YouTube video of build;

YouTube - ‪BIG GREEN EGG CART .wmv‬‏
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Unread 06-16-2011, 10:28 AM   #52
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My biggest cart realization was that you add and remove a lot of very HOT components during some grillings, and you need a spot to place them that won't be affected by the heat.

I started building a table from Cedar that I had, and it looks great. I covered with layers of epoxy and polyurethane. Still looks great. These are plastics that will melt / burn. Not a great idea. Burn marks don't look great

So next time I'd go stainless, stone or maybe a poured concrete countertop as I've seen some do.
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I used cedar but left it untreated. It will turn gray and over time will end up with a lot of ash marks. I'll call that patina. I used the cutout parts of the hole to make a board. I use that a lot to place the hot stuff on.
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Wow SmokerKing, that is most impressive. You have some mad slillz.
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