I don't have a photbucket, but I'll post a few more pics that might shed some light
Also, as Jim noted, most EggCampers came as "electric only" with the cooking done on an electric hot plate or griddle. With the exception of boiling water on a small Trangia alcohol stove, making coffee in the coffee maker, and reheating something in the microwave
, we do all the cooking outside.
Here are a few more photos and some comments.
Photo 1 is the before, showing an earlier mod to add two drawers.
Photo 2 shows everything removed, but with the original cutouts.
Photo 3 shows the 1/4" birch plywood being glued to the front of the cabinet. I use 3M 5200 for permanent work and 3M 4200 Fast Cure for items that may be removed sometime in the future. The 5200 cure time takes longer.
Photo 4 shows the opening for the furnace
. You can see the top of the supporting table. It straddles the original furnace and propane
Photo 5 shows the enlarged cutouts before applying the plywood.
Photo 6 shows the vent. This was the most critical cut (read nerve racking), making sure that the outside cutout lined up with the flue for the furnace. Measure 3 or 4 times before cutting.
I also glued (3M 5200) wood strips on the inner surface of the cabinet, which provided stiffness and, in several places, material for screws to bite into.
The framing for the drawer, left side is glued to the left (inside) of the cabinet and, for the right side to the underside of the counter top.
Moving the electrical
outlet to above the cabinet required a 1/2" wooden spacer to allow for the depth of the electrical
box inside the post.
Hope this helps.