Originally Posted by ventport
I put a 3 sided lounge in the front of our Argosy. The table is supported by on chrome 3" pipe that fits into an aluminum socket on the floor and the bottom of the table. The floor flexes and the pipe moves in the sockets if you put any pressure on the edges of the table. I would be afraid to take it down the road with the table up, the way is moves around. I could pull the belly pan and re enforce the floor with another steel crossmember, but the pipe and socket setup will still move around. Is there any better system out there for a removable table that I could install?
One thing you might try is to take some eye bolts, or eye screws, and attach to the underside of the table on all four corners, and to the floor directly below the table corners. Then, using quarter-inch coated steel cable (low stretch that way) and some turnbuckles (to adjust the tension) run cables from the eyes in the table to the eyes in the floor. With the cables all properly tensioned (but not tight enough to pull out) the table should be very stable. When you're parked, you can remove the cables to get them out of the way and use the table normally.