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Old 05-07-2016, 01:47 PM   #111
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I asked because Walmart sells the black pedestal for $299. Just as cheap as the silver. They don't carry the silver.
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Old 05-07-2016, 11:51 PM   #112
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SpringField Marine Pedestal - and a few more mods

We like the silver one mainly because it matches the fridge door, the stainless sink, faucet, cooktop, etc.


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Old 05-08-2016, 10:08 PM   #113
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This morning I got a coupon email from Overtons - most things can be had for 20% off.

the coupon code is MEMORIAL and it DID work on the Springfield 3-Stage Air-Powered Table Pedestal Silver
Item #94059


this coupon code only works to 11.59 PM ET on Tuesday May 10th 2016.

The final price, of the (cheaper than black) silver one, delivered, was $256.

I'm hoping that it goes low enough for the 3" (stock, not an option, must be this way) raised floor of the 2017 21'

I seem to recall that it will. Anyone with a current 21' care to confirm?
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Might be 1/4" high with stock ETI slide, which should not be a problem. If using a Dicor you should have 1/2" to spare. Our floor is raised 3.5" and the Dicor is perfect; ETI slide would have been 3/4" high.
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Might be 1/4" high with stock ETI slide, which should not be a problem. If using a Dicor you should have 1/2" to spare. Our floor is raised 3.5" and the Dicor is perfect; ETI slide would have been 3/4" high.
Thanks so much.... I should have specified... i will be getting the Dicor slide, and doing the mods.

SOOOO glad to know it'll all work out.
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:22 PM   #116
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Question Questions about the Springfield pedestal table

Which Springfield pedestal table size/ model fits in the 19' Escape?
Does it still allow the use in turning the dinette into a bed, even if we plan to raise the entire dinette 3 inches higher?
Is this something we need to purchase and ship to ETI, versus bringing it with us for them to install the day we pick up our new trailer?
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:28 PM   #117
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Which Springfield pedestal table size/ model fits in the 19' Escape?
Does it still allow the use in turning the dinette into a bed, even if we plan to raise the entire dinette 3 inches higher?
Is this something we need to purchase and ship to ETI, versus bringing it with us for them to install the day we pick up our new trailer?
Thanks!
My order has the following text:
94059 Springfield 3-Stage Air-Powered Table Pedestal Silver

I bought it for the explicit purpose of being able to quickly go from dinette to bed, and back. For that purpose it works very well. I don't know the nature of your 3" higher request. If it's just the seats being raised, no problem, the whole table will just come to rest in a higher position than it would normally.

I'd suggest having ETI install it, rather than during pickup. It's relatively easy to install, but I believe ETI has installed it for other people. Also, if for whatever reason they install the original post design, then you install the Springfield, you'll be left with some screw holes in the floor. Only a cosmetic concern, but no reason to have to deal with it.
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:32 PM   #118
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I'd suggest having ETI install it, rather than during pickup. It's relatively easy to install, but I believe ETI has installed it for other people. Also, if for whatever reason they install the original post design, then you install the Springfield, you'll be left with some screw holes in the floor. Only a cosmetic concern, but no reason to have to deal with it.
I was told to bring ours and it would be installed during orientation. They said not to ship it.
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I was told to bring ours and it would be installed during orientation. They said not to ship it.
Ok then, definitely trust the experts

It's a simple installation.
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:41 PM   #120
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we bought the springfield and will have installed at orientation...from your description i get the idea that the Dicor is not really necessary...agree??
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