Good gravy, never do calculations when you are tired. I disassembled the ends and shortened each on by 3/4". What's wrong with that? I didn't account for how thick the sides would be.
Well, I'm not tearing it apart again if I can avoid it. So...
The new plan is to use the entire 8' foot length of the plywood for the top, since the frame is now 94 1/2" long if I used 3/4" plywood for the ends I would have no overhang on the ends which would look stupid.
So I'm going to switch over to 1/4" wood for all of the sides that way I can at least get 1/2" overhang on the ends. This will make things lighter as well.
I'm still going to cut the top so that I have a 3/4" overhang on both the front and the back. The frame is currently 22 1/4" deep so adding another 1/2" to account for the front and back panels I get 22 3/4", Now add another 1 1/2" for the front and back overhangs we have 24 1/4" deep for the top.
Top: 96" x 24 1/4" (this does not include the decorative molding that adds another 1/4" per side)
Top Thickness: 3/4"
Side Thickness: 1/4"
Frame Length: 94 1/2"
Cabinet Length (not top but including end pieces): 95"
Overhang on ends: 1/2"
Frame Depth: 22 1/4"
Cabinet Depth (not top but including side pieces): 22.75"
Overhang on front/back: 3/4"
I won't be using any of the 3/4" plywood for the sides now so I can use some of it for the inside of the cabinet. Probably to put in a "floor", or maybe the shelves.
The 1/4 rounds I bought and stained are now useless because they are 3/4" in size and won't fit the new 1/4" sides. Bummer.