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Old 09-06-2013, 06:59 AM   #1
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Table and Chairs

Looking for a Table and Chair(4) set to use outside the Coach. We have a plastic round table and chairs we used with the TT but would like something nicer and also will fit in the Jeep TJ, any ideas?

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We did not want to deal with anything large, so instead went with a set of nice wooden TV trays and use with our outside lawn chairs.
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We did not want to deal with anything large, so instead went with a set of nice wooden TV trays and use with our outside lawn chairs.
Didn't think about Trays, good idea but where to put condiments.
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Didn't think about Trays, good idea but where to put condiments.
On another tray table.
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You guys are great, now we are back to the original question, compact set of table and chairs.
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You guys are great, now we are back to the original question, compact set of table and chairs.
A folding lawn chair for each person, a folding tray/table for each person and additional folding tray table for condiments IS one answer to your original question....(is it not)?

Here are two other options:
Lifetime 57 in. x 72 in. Folding Picnic Table-80215 at The Home Depot
Amazon.com: Folding Picnic Table (Blue) (26"H x 34"W x 54" L (overall w seats out)): Patio, Lawn & Garden

You could hang either one of those on the side of your RV when traveling
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