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Old 10-30-2014, 08:25 PM   #1
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Removable Table base for Escape 21 U shaped Dinette

Greetings all,

I finished my removal table base for our 21. Thinking toward the future when we are traveling without the kids and will not need the extra table space... with our third child due in Dec of this year that will be a much longer time in the future

With three kids we might outgrow the 21 before the kids outgrow mom and dad ...

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That's clean Chris; might be my first alternative mount as the table already has the slide and pole mounts on it.

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Simple Fix Kids sit where at big family gatherings .. The kids table . Well camping is a family gathering so Kids sleep in the kids TENT , it builds character and creates marital harmony :}

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Upon further looking, how do you remove it? The street side has the heater lip and the back side has the converter lip, so only the curb side can be lifted? What about the converter, is there room to shift forward to miss the converter, looks like the refer wall keeps it from coming forward?
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Upon further looking, how do you remove it? The street side has the heater lip and the back side has the converter lip, so only the curb side can be lifted? What about the converter, is there room to shift forward to miss the converter, looks like the refer wall keeps it from coming forward?
It looks like there's just enough room for it to slide out.
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Old 10-31-2014, 05:52 PM   #7
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Looks great! Is the plan to remove the table and leave it home when you don't think you'll need it or is there a convenient on board storage plan? I really like the idea and look of the dinette without the table but leaving home without it isn't appealing.

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