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Old 07-03-2016, 05:01 PM   #1
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dining table

When I bought this "99 7372 Trade Winds the previous owner had removed the original dining table that attached to the wall...and replaced it with a rather ugly generic four legged table. Any ideas where I might find a replacement similar to the original?
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Give these folks a call. They probably have one.
Colaw RV Used RV Parts | We Have Your Part

Here is a picture to help them identify what you want.
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If you can't find one, you could twist Dick's arm to build you one! He is more than capable!
Seriously... If you have some basic woodworking skills you could build one yourself. When I remodeled I cut 12 inches off of mine, and added 6 inches to the piece to make an 18 inch leaf, which spends most of it's life stored in the closet. There is nothing complicated in the construction.
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