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Old 03-02-2014, 02:50 PM   #91
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Here's where Ian got the table legs: V-40 - SNAP 2 Folding Table Base - Price: $69.00 - Factory RV Surplus - 1611 W Bristol St, Elkhart, IN 46514 (800) 325-1461 (574) 262-3327

This is a direct link to his pics, etc. on FiberglassRV: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...tml#post363410
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:50 PM   #92
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Do you have a link to the legs, or at least a name. I could not find that in your writeup.

Yeah, makes sense, and one could either still have the angles, or even shorten the table a few inches if needed.
Still available at Factory RV Surplus
They are called Snap 2 legs

here is the write-up I did on Fiberglass RV forum
http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...tml#post363410
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:05 PM   #93
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Thanks, Donna and Ian. I really like this idea, and am going to consider it. It does look fairly substantial, yet not too bulky.

I do remember that post now, but had forgotten. Stoopid remembry I have. lol
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Do you have a link to the legs, or at least a name. I could not find that in your writeup.

Yeah, makes sense, and one could either still have the angles, or even shorten the table a few inches if needed.
I'm not sure how you would shorten the legs since they are welded. Also because the legs consist of three parts shortening one section would interfere with how the table collapses.
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I'm not sure how you would shorten the legs since they are welded. Also because the legs consist of three parts shortening one section would interfere with how the table collapses.
I fairly sure Jim is referring to the length of the table top. If that is made a few inches shorter (back wall to front of table) it would give a little more room to access the bench on the bathroom wall.
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I fairly sure Jim is referring to the length of the table top. If that is made a few inches shorter (back wall to front of table) it would give a little more room to access the bench on the bathroom wall.
Ahh… yes I read shorten as height rather than length for the top of the table. I'm sure you are correct. Changing the length of the table is what we did and it makes the 15 much roomier.
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Changing the length of the table is what we did and it makes the 15 much roomier.
Good to hear Tim, Thanks. Something for us to consider in our build.
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I'm not sure how you would shorten the legs since they are welded. Also because the legs consist of three parts shortening one section would interfere with how the table collapses.
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I fairly sure Jim is referring to the length of the table top. If that is made a few inches shorter (back wall to front of table) it would give a little more room to access the bench on the bathroom wall.
.....this is what I was meaning. Don't want to bang my knees.
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