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Old 07-29-2011, 08:18 PM   #1
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1965 Tradewind Table Leaf

We have the slide out table in the picture below but no leaf... I've searched all over but can't come up with a photo that shows what the original leaf might have looked like and whether there was an ingenious way of storing the leaf built into the table design.

Does anybody have a picture of the original slide out table with the leaf? Thanks!
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Old 07-29-2011, 09:06 PM   #2
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Not a '65 TW but a '67 Globetrotter.
The additional leaf was attached with a plastic hinge. This folded over on top of the larger lower piece that is attached to the slide under the window shelf.
The slides are like the ones under the front couch, framed and kept in place with a window sash lock.
To extend the table unlock the slides, extend the leg and flip over the leaf.
These pics were handy. I may have more as I rebuilt that table when the plastic hinge began to fail.

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Old 09-27-2014, 07:49 AM   #3
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Need help with making sliding fold out table!

I have been searching for the slide out folding table table along side my couch for some time now unable to find a replacement for my 75 Argosy whose is missing. I only have the metal track but have no clue as to what the hardware was to slide in it. Could you please share dimensions and supplies used to build yours? Looks great and exactly what I need to build too! Thanks much.
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