That's really clever!
I rented a tent trailer once that had an outside table, but it slid into an aluminum channel on the side of the trailer. It was really difficult to slide, so I hated to put it up or down, and the end was supported by a leg, which never agreed with the height of the trailer. It was
nice to have a table there as secure as the trailer.
Kenn, it looks like if the suspension moved, then the brace to the wheel would push the table out of position, or even damage it; I assume that you only use the table when the trailer is on stabilizing jacks, so it doesn't move as you get in and out of the trailer. Do you need to adjust the brace at all to suit the wheel position, which might be a little high or low compared to normal after leveling?
I can see how weight
on the table would lever the end inside the wheel well up, where it fits closely so the table won't fall
. What keeps the table from pulling out? It doesn't look like the Scamp
has a lip in the wheel well to catch the table...