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Old 07-12-2013, 12:32 PM   #21
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Hi Jim,
Yes the table slides but it is a bit smaller...35" compared to the front dinette table which is 42". The rear seat is 23" from the cushion to the front edge, the side benches are 21". The rear bench is wider due to the back rest cushion being 2" inches thick as opposed to almost 4" thick on the side.

I highly recommend the pedestal you referenced. I looked at those during our build but someone had linked to a marine version that was $400 so we passed...I didn't realize you could buy less expensive chair versions that could work for a table. My husband and I have to make up/down the rear dinette since our children sleep at the front dinette and it gets to be a pain having to deal with both of those table legs.

I absolutely LOVE having a u-shaped dinette in the rear....it is so much more spacious and cozy than the front dinette.
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Old 07-12-2013, 12:36 PM   #22
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Good to hear your recommendation, I too do not like the stock table legs. There are some other options, like these Sequoia leg systems Table Leg & Base System - Sequoia.
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Old 07-12-2013, 03:02 PM   #23
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Thanks Dave,
When you get some pictures, please post. I'm contemplating having a different support for the table, it is a PIA to take up and down by your self and I always travel with it down. Something like this Wise Adjustable Pedestal With Slide - Gander Mountain
A couple of years back, someone posted modding to a hydraulic table leg. The link I captured is no more, but you can see pictures at this link... about halfway down the page: Flickr: forrentmt's Photostream
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Old 07-12-2013, 05:03 PM   #24
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Table legs

The pedestal thread is probably this one:
Voilà, it's a dinette! And, voilà, it's a bed!

Boat Pedestals | Stainless Steel Swivel Pedestal | Seat Shock Absorbers - Model AJF-2 about half way down on the right.

I am currently planning to use the Sequoia Leg System for my 19.

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Old 07-12-2013, 05:21 PM   #25
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Walmart has the 3 stage table on sale for $269 currently with free ship to store. Almost makes me want to oder one now.
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Old 07-13-2013, 03:28 PM   #26
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19 Fronu U Dinette

Attached are pictures from Tammy of Dave1's 19' being built. I have asked her to add it to my build sheet. (Note:The dimensions are too small to read.)

Thanks Dave/Tammy!

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Old 07-13-2013, 03:43 PM   #27
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So Doug,
When does your egg hatch, pretty soon by these pictures....thanks for posting the pictures.
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:04 PM   #28
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I was just going to post some build pictures of the u dinette. The dimensions are the front long bench is 18" wide and will have a 2" thick back cushion. Each side bench is 24" wide and aprox 26" long. I chose those dimensions which are standard u dinette in the 5.0. Could have made the front bench wider but didn't want to give up that much seating length on the side benches.

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I highly recommend the pedestal you referenced. I looked at those during our build but someone had linked to a marine version that was $400 so we passed...I didn't realize you could buy less expensive chair versions that could work for a table.
What was the chair version? Did you just look at it or are you installing it?
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I was just going to post some build pictures of the u dinette. The dimensions are the front long bench is 18" wide and will have a 2" thick back cushion. Each side bench is 24" wide and aprox 26" long. I chose those dimensions which are standard u dinette in the 5.0. Could have made the front bench wider but didn't want to give up that much seating length on the side benches.

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Please post pictures of the dinette with cushions. I have asked for the same thing you are getting - I don't get mine until January. But I want some alternate table legs or a pedestal.
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