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Shaun Stoddart

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After living in this for the best part of a year and finally had enough of the table either being on the way or falling down or generally being a pain
I have succeeded in what I think is a simple solution with out much modification to the vehicle structure in fact only the replacement of two pop rivets. And a transit strap.
See pictures attached..
1.Drilled out rivets
2. Cut to size and pierced strap doubled over.
3.Replaced pop rivet with added washer to spread load on webbing of the strap.
All done in about half and hour.
should have done it ages ago....

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filbee56

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Shaun, no pics mate. However, if you are talking about the leg of the dining table (UEV-490), I too need to address how it's held in-place by the Velcro strap. Maybe a sliding bolt. 

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Gengis

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I too would love to know what others have done with the table when traveling. We bought our commander s second hand and it came with two tables. Which is handy because the first one can be installed to use the kingsize bed as we are a family of 4, while the outside table is still set up for the outside kitchen. 

It is a pain when traveling as we generally store both tables on the floor of the commander where they need to be moved time and time again when traveling, packing etc... 

It would be good to have a storage place for these little tables...

Keep well all,

Gengis
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comjero

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Hey Filbee,I riveted a piece of aluminium angle to the under side of the table then drilled a hole through the angle and the table leg, also cut down the table leg as the insulation under the carpet raised the floor level and this in turn raised the table height at the leg end about 12mm, so not wanting my wine to drain out of the side of my glass I had to perfom this task. From memory you may now have this problem too? Maybe not the wine issue??. Then I cut down an old tent peg to slide through both, (drill hole to size of your tent peg) will try to remember to get a photo when I'm in the trailer next for those who are not happy with the Velcro.
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