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Mellman

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About Mellman

  • Birthday 10/13/1972

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    SE Iowa
  • Grill
    Big Green Egg

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  1. XL and L BGE. Accessories for both include plate setters, ash tools, two tier rack for XL, Pizza stones, daisy wheels, dome caps, rib rack. Custom made Mahogany and Hickory table with granite insert between the two eggs. Custom made canvas all weather cover. $2,950 package deal. Located near Riverside, IA Call, email, or text Chad 319-530-8767 chad.masinc@gmail.com Thanks for looking.
  2. Call Andy at https://www.davelongprotectiveproducts.com/ he he built mine. Chad
  3. Here is what i look like with out the cover. So you can see how it is shaped. I had an custom canvas shop make it for me.
  4. Here is a photo of my cover that I had built for my table. Has a drawstring at the bottom to keep it on. Very happy with it. Good luck.
  5. Just picked up my cover I had made for my eggs and table. Just a few weeks in the rain and sun were starting to show some ware on the wood. This should help. Thanks for looking Chad
  6. Sorry for the delayed reply 100" wide 34" deep 32" tall Let me know if you need anything else. Thanks Chad
  7. I'm in SE Iowa and a Home Builder. Code here is 36" in the ground. We go 48" to be safe. If it's not structural to a residence you shouldn't have to worry about inspections. Dig an 18" hole, get the crumbs out, tamp the bottom, set a concrete block or "cookie" in the hole, set your posts, add concrete, backfill, and start building. Good luck. Show photos. Thanks Chad
  8. Looks real good. I would like to see a night pic also.
  9. I did this out of 8/4 Hickory and Sapele (Mahagony). Used a teak oil finish. We have a cabinet company and had it on hand so I used it. I'm getting a cover made for it to protect it from the elements most of the time. Thanks Chad
  10. Hello all,Been a lurker for awhile. I've learned a lot in the last few weeks and picked up many great ideas. Got my new table put together. Little (quite a lot of help) from my friends. I have a scrap piece of Quartz that I need to cut and install in the top yet. Other than another coat of teak oil it's pretty much finished. Thanks for looking. Chad
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