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Old 04-22-2020, 03:37 PM   #21
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Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Originally Posted by Vermilye View Post
I've been through a single pole in my 17, a Springfield & a Lagun in my 21, and found the Springfield the most stable. The reason I replaced it with the Lagun was I couldn't slide the table when mounted on the Springfield pedestal far enough out of the way to easily access either the upper cabinets or the under seat area. With the Lagun, it is easy to slide it out of the way, and, when working on the stuff in the under seat areas, completely removing the table is a big help.
Hi Jon, I feel my Lagun is very stable, although I haven't had a Springfield so can't really compare it.

The mounting to the back bench is solid and I used an aluminum plate on the underside of the table as I felt that to be a weak point.

Also, Chotch glued his table top to the base and feels that is very stable as well.
He said "You are limited by table thickness for the screws. I used construction adhesive and glued the mount to table. Hasnít budged and we use the table all the time." in this post.
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