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Old 06-27-2015, 09:30 PM   #1
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New style dinette hardware needed

We are remodeling a 1976 Overlander. My husband removed the goucho and put in two dinette benches and a table that will convert into a bed. He hasn't been able to figure out how to attach the dinette table to the floor. We noticed that the new air streams have hardware that would work well. Where can I find this hardware for sale?
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Old 06-27-2015, 09:40 PM   #2
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This is what we used. Fairly inexpensive and bought it from the local RV dealer. I think we paid about $100 for all the parts (legs and bases, top and botom).

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Old 06-28-2015, 02:31 PM   #3
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Thanks. We bought this exact thing but the table wobbles way to much. Any ideas why that may be happening?
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Another often overlooked source of table parts and pieces are marine stores such as West Marine. Tables in boats take a beating with the constant motion and generally have very robust mounting features.
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I haven't been following your style of dinette, but this is what we use from Bradd and Hall.
Here's the link. Removable RV Table Leg Assembly

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Removable Table Leg Assembly

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28" High with Top and Bottom Plates Includes Leg, Base Plate, Base Plate Plug and Top Plate for Table

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Old 06-28-2015, 04:29 PM   #6
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Thanks. We bought this exact thing but the table wobbles way to much. Any ideas why that may be happening?
I do have an idea about why that's happening:

If a part breaks on an RV, Grandma and Grandpa assume they did something wrong, stop at the RV service place in the next town, and empty the piggybank once again.

If a part breaks on a boat, and the sailor is stuck in the middle of the night in rough water as a result, the sailor tends to go looking for the owner of the manufacturing company while exercising his Second Amendment rights.

Therefore, marine parts tend to be much higer quality than RV parts.
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I spent 10 years living and down island on my sailboat. Still have a bit of a sailors mentality. I have a West Marine 2 miles from my house and am always running down there to buy parts and pieces for the trailer.
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I second West Marine and eBay searches under boat parts. There is a huge amount of marine hardware that can be used for older AS upgrades and restoration. If you see something you like at West Marine, check eBay, more than likely you will find it there and cheaper.
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