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Old 07-03-2017, 07:21 PM   #1
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Anchoring table

We just updated our dinette area. We don't need the extra bed, so took out the table and one side of the dinette. We replaced that with a stand alone table and 2 chairs. In the process, we discovered seatbelts which we used to tie down the chairs for travel. I've seen floor plans with table and chairs. How do you anchor the table for traveling down the road?Click image for larger version

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I would at least lay it down on floor so it's not a projectile when you slam on the brakes, or worse.


It looks like it's in a slide. You want to be careful about putting anything to long through the floor that might bind or rub when slide is going in or out. Maybe put a cleat and a hook to connect the table to the wall under the window.
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