Originally Posted by Bill R
Reading the voluminous forums has uncovered another 19' dinette table option -- using a hinge attached to the wall with a fold-out leg like the 15' and 17' (and Scamps).
For folks that have the hinged table, is there any wobble?
For the folks that did this in the 19' front, how much table did you lose on the driver side by the bathroom corner? I think the standard 2-post tables are 43" long and start the 45-degree notch at 34.5".
We had that modification done and love it. There is no wobble at all, and it is very simple to take down and set up.
The length of the table ends up being 34". Escape will give you an extra piece to fill in the extra space, needed when you make the bed.
We were given the choice of having both sides notched, but decided we'd like the extra table area, leaving the passenger side square - (other than the asymmetrical appearance, this turned out to be a good choice.)
This works well for us because there are just the two of us. We wanted the smooth floor beneath the table for our puppy's bed.