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Old 03-31-2005, 08:30 AM   #1
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I saw one of these several years ago in the Camping World closeout room and now I could use one. I expect they are still made, but I don't know by who.

It is a wood table about 18" x 10". When not in use, the top lifts up and the whole table top slides down into a wood holder that mounts on the wall. The holder looks like a thin magazine rack. The top is supported completly by the wall support and has no legs. You lift the outer end of the table up against the wall and the table drops into the slot of the "magazine rack". Like some older hiding iorning boards did.

Maybe somebody has one of these and knows who made it.

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I saw one of these several years ago in the Camping World closeout room and now I could use one. I expect they are still made, but I don't know by who.

It is a wood table about 18" x 10". When not in use, the top lifts up and the whole table top slides down into a wood holder that mounts on the wall. The holder looks like a thin magazine rack. The top is supported completly by the wall support and has no legs. You lift the outer end of the table up against the wall and the table drops into the slot of the "magazine rack". Like some older hiding iorning boards did.

Maybe somebody has one of these and knows who made it.

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Old 03-31-2005, 08:49 AM   #3
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What you described is in my MH. It's a little larger than your dimensions. I would assume that Winnebago might sell you one. I imagine as a replacement part it might be costly.
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The size may be right. It's been a year or two since I saw the item. Based on your post, it may have been a replacment part that somebody did not pick up. Next time you are in your rig, could you look to see if there is a manufacturer name on the item?
And, if anyone has an extra one of these and wants to sell it, let me know.
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I have one on my 35u Winnebago. Call WinnebagoParts at 800-933-7742. They handle all kinds of parts for Winnebago's. Normally they want you serial number of your rig. Explain to them that you dont have a Winnebago but that you know they are in the '03 Adventurer 35u. I would explain it has a fold away table and magazine rack. Mine in located between the swivel chair and the front passgenger chair in case WinnebagoParts has floor plans.
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