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Old 04-10-2011, 07:10 AM   #1
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We did these last summer. I meant to post them sooner but ....

We ordered the trailer with the table base uninstalled. Making it's own base lets us move it for ease of seating and gives a flat floor at night providing floor space for the dog. The compromise is that the table is not as stable as if the base was screwed down. The back table top was cut down to use in the front giving an extra few inches(about 6) over the stock table.

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A piece of plywood with an wood edge for stiffening makes the permanent bed. Cleats underneath hold it in place. The side storage bins are easy to get to by rolling back the mattress and because the plywood sits on top of the seats, the portapotti fits underneath. Raz
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Old 04-10-2011, 07:56 AM   #2
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Hi: P Raz... Nice work!!! Our table moves for n aft on drawer glides for ease of entry to the dinette. It's mounted to the floor on two legs and has a double top for the glides. This is due to the U shaped dinette/lounge. Trouble is it's heavy for it's size...but so am I
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Old 04-12-2011, 07:18 PM   #3
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Hi Alf, thanks for the kind words.

We also added a newpaper rack. There's a bottle opener on one side and a flashlight holder on the other. The two knobs hold a garbage bag.
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Nice interoir details. I like the multy function rack near the door.
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