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Old 04-02-2019, 06:32 PM   #1
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Replace table

We have a 2006 Winnebago Adventurer 38J. I am not a fan of the dining table and want to replace it with something else. I just dont know what to replace it with. Has anybody done this? If so, how did you tether it for travel and do you have any pictures you could share with me? Thank you
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Old 04-02-2019, 10:23 PM   #2
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Not a big fan of our table either. Probably the same as yours (2008 38J)
It is wobbly and the leaves are not very sturdy. I have been looking for one with 4 legs that will fit the spot. We don't really need to have it expanding, and I would make a hold down bar of some type to keep it in place.
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Old 04-03-2019, 10:19 AM   #3
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I googled RV Replacement Furniture and RV Kitchen Tables and there's several outlets for RV furniture. I'm lucky to have a son and a Brother In Law who are a cabinet and furniture maker. When the time comes I'm going to have them build me something.
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Well. This is what we did. We added a plate a lag bolt and a set belt to each corner of the slideroom. This should keep them from moving around while traveling. I love how it turned out. We ordered the tables from a big box lumber yard.
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That looks good and sturdy. I still want to have a chair front and back, and the option to seat 4 at the table at times.
Maybe just a square or rectangle table with 4 legs and 2 sturdy fold ups.
I like your method of holding it in place with seat belts.
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We can pull these out and make a square table when the kids come by or when we are playing cards.
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Just a quick question. Are any of those long windows designated as emergency exits?
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Just a quick question. Are any of those long windows designated as emergency exits?
No. There is am emergency exit window in the bedroom.
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No. There is am emergency exit window in the bedroom.
Side door and drivers door also. I love my drivers door.
Any chance of a picture with the new table set up for 4 Cylcamp?
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Here is a picture of it set for 4.
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Sorry. Try this again.
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