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Old 09-11-2015, 10:48 AM   #61
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Wait, wait.

Jim, whats this about a 5er now??
I have dreams, Bruce.
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Old 09-11-2015, 11:44 AM   #62
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I have dreams, Bruce.
I'd just noticed that a couple of days ago, noticed it again now, and bang, there's the answer. I must be telepathic or something.

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I'd just noticed that a couple of days ago, noticed it again now, and bang, there's the answer. I must be telepathic or something.

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Don't let nobody ever tell you, you aren't quick, Ron.
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Old 09-11-2015, 02:17 PM   #64
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Don't let nobody ever tell you, you aren't quick, Ron.
Hey, quick enough to know to use "telepathic" instead of "psychic" knowing someone might change the spelling a little.

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Hey, quick enough to know to use "telepathic" instead of "psychic" knowing someone might change the spelling a little.

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And combined you get pathetic, right?
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Old 09-11-2015, 06:12 PM   #66
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There is always the wall mount option for the stock dinette, eliminates all floor issues. That is what I'd use in a "non U shape" scenario.
But then you have that bracket on the wall if/when you lower the table to make a bed...
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We have that in our 17 and are now making the bed up each night--no issues with it unless you have long nails and they get caught (not an issue for me)--mind you that is Dougs side of the bed--and he hasn't had any complaints.

I really like the stability of the table that way.. if we ever got another trailer--I would request the same thing...
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Old 09-11-2015, 06:55 PM   #68
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But then you have that bracket on the wall if/when you lower the table to make a bed...
A lot better than the two metal ant hills on the floor.
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A lot better than the two metal ant hills on the floor.
Haven't called them by that name , but yup, foot room is valuable. I've had the wall bracket table support in a boat and in my Scamp. I thought they worked quite well. Never found the wall bracket to be any sort of issue. If my choice had to be between that type and the wobbly poles it'd be an easy choice.

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Isn't the issue with the wall bracket that the table can't slide side-to-side?
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