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Old 12-04-2020, 02:45 PM   #1
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Trying to locate the hardware necessary to mount the Lagun table when our trailer arrives in two weeks. Does anyone know, without too much trouble, what the material under the laminate is and the thickness of the dining tables being used today. Thanks in advance.
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Trying to locate the hardware necessary to mount the Lagun table when our trailer arrives in two weeks. Does anyone know, without too much trouble, what the material under the laminate is and the thickness of the dining tables being used today. Thanks in advance.
3/4" plywood.
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3/4" plywood.
I am not sure, but when I mounted my Lagun it seemed to be lighter and softer than regular plywood.
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Trying to locate the hardware necessary to mount the Lagun table when our trailer arrives in two weeks. Does anyone know, without too much trouble, what the material under the laminate is and the thickness of the dining tables being used today. Thanks in advance.
The Lagun mounting plate is quite small, I screwed an aluminum plate to the bottom of my table. It is doing it's job. Others have used plywood (I found it too heavy), some have glued the table to the Lagun's mounting plate.

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