It seems better to add to this thread than start a new one. So:
I'm about to temporarily raise the dinette floor in our 19, to match the raised dinette. I want to check how it works before raising the electrical panel and do the finish carpentry. My current question regards the tipsy table.
In the first post of this thread Charlie showed a leg support, and in post 22 Myron showed a similar modification. How well did this work? It should reduce the wobble but mostly at the front, and not do much for the top base slop. In your experience did the mod fix the problem?
I'm thinking of putting in three table legs, two spread apart at the front (of the trailer) and one to the rear as is now there. Three supports should stop the table from tilting. Then, if needed, apply the fix Charlie & Myron did to the two front legs. That should fix all degrees of freedom and create a solid table, but still readily removable.
The two front legs would take up more space, and partially block the outlet(s) at the front of the dinette. There are only two of us though and the table is more than large enough. The outlets can be moved when the panel is raised.
Also thinking of using flush mounting base similar to these
since the floor will be raised enough.
I'm looking for input before I order either 2 or 3 of these legs.