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Old 02-12-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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Custom Table mounted to a slide out wall

I am getting my first travel trailer (2003 Keystone Springdale). I work from home and I am going to take the next six months and travel while working.

I am going to build a fold down table next to the couch that I can fold away when not in use and pull down to work when I am sitting on my couch. I am going to build something like THIS only a little more narrow.

The question is how should I fasten it to the wall given that its a slide out wall? I have been reading about this stuff for a while but because this is my first RV I wanted to ask for some guidance from the seasoned RV'ers here.

Thank you so much.
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:52 PM   #2
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I considered such a table once, then decided it was easier to just use a 2' X 4' table with folding legs. It is sturdy, stable, and fits under the bed when unneeded. DW likes it too, she uses it outside instead of the CG wooden tables, which are usually in poor condition. Never did figure out how to attach something to the aluminum frame in the wall.
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