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Old 10-20-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Kitchen Table Stationary or Folding

The Kitchen Table in my Class A coach has a Corian top and is stationary and does not fold down out of the way, To me it gets in the way especially when the sides or in. I have run in the edge a few time moving around the coach. It is mounted to the wall with a heavy steel plate and arm with a brace brace so there are no legs to contend with. I would love to find some way to convet this to table that could be folded against the wall when not in use. There is only me and the wife that use the table so even if I lost a little space that would be fine, What type table do you have and has anyone made this type of conversion. Thanks
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Maybe you could add two legs like many camper, where the metal leg ~3" diameter fits into a female holder on the floor, and one under the table. Just remove and lean against the wall when not needed, stow the legs out of the way. I would think the hardware would be easy to find.
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It will also depend on the length of the table vs the height the table is mounted on the wall. In our case, the table would be to long to fold down, it would hit the floor first.
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