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Old 03-19-2013, 11:24 AM   #1
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Questions on making dinette table/buffet

For those who have installed a dining table/buffet how do you support the table without legs? Motorhome manufacturers all show them without legs. Could someone send a blueprint or pictures of how you put it together? Thank you!
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The dinette tables in a typical RV's don't have legs because the table is mounted to the wall with a slide set-up to lower the table into the dinette/sleeper.

See: Booth Dinettes - Bradd & Hall

These are not moveable, so many are changing to a regular table and chair set.

Does that answer the question?

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I installed a removable pedestal under the the table worked great
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Not sure this is what you want but will post if interested, we needed more storage for wife who is arthritic and a easier way for her to access kitchen items so I built her a credenza to whole the items in two cabinets.

You can find how it was all put together in QT's 1 & 2 item # 3.
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Attached is a pic of what we would like for a dinette. Kitchen cabinets would be too tall. Do most people custom build the wall credenza? Thank you!
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The kitchen cabinets used are wall cabinets in my picture.
This company does make some quality cabinets for what ever finish you like.
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