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Old 09-09-2014, 11:09 PM   #15
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I began exploring options and designed a table that afforded us a 30 drop-leaf which we could raise for dining and then stow out of the way for all our other activities in the cabin. The new table mounts using the existing original table hardware to avoid any new holes or mounting issues. It also allows quick exchange of my new table with the original in the event we anticipate company.
What is the depth of the folded table that the lantern sits on? Looks like maybe 10"-12".
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Old 09-10-2014, 06:54 AM   #16
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I'm a little late coming on here but better late than never. I've seen Tom and Robin's modifications in person and they are fantastic. Really, really top quality and the changes give more living space than the factory layout. Great job Tom and Robin!

And for those inclined, the addition of a recliner in place of the dinette seating by the door is an easy transformation. That's what we did - just search "recliners" to see pics of my conversion.

And as Tom gave credit earlier in this thread to me, Chief, and Roadtoaster, I want to give thanks to Chief for providing the inspiration for my recliner/table modification. Thanks Ron!

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Old 09-13-2014, 04:51 PM   #17
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Here are my conversion to my Eddie Bauer. Wanted to keep the sleeping space for 1 and needed more counter top space. We added two table, one is stationary, The table by the recliner has a small flip up, is height adjustable and on wheels. That way we can roll it over by the counter for more work space. Click image for larger version

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Old 09-13-2014, 05:02 PM   #18
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looks great
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Old 09-14-2014, 06:09 AM   #19
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Very nicely done, good use of space.


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Here are my conversion to my Eddie Bauer. Wanted to keep the sleeping space for 1 and needed more counter top space. We added two table, one is stationary, The table by the recliner has a small flip up, is height adjustable and on wheels. That way we can roll it over by the counter for more work space. Attachment 221699Attachment 221700


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Old 09-14-2014, 06:11 AM   #20
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I am sorry I missed your question. The top where the lantern is sitting measures 26" x 13". Tom

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What is the depth of the folded table that the lantern sits on? Looks like maybe 10"-12".
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Old 11-27-2014, 01:18 PM   #21
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My answer for the original set up on my 25'. Inspired by Lucky Ducks. This is a used altered flip up table that I purchased from the forum. It has full extension. In addition you will notice the pleated drapes not found on the International 25' Purchased used from the forum. The recliner was originally in my 35' 5th wheel, moved to my reading room and now back in an RV. I retain the original set up for the future buyer if he desires to change back. As soon as the weather cooperates I'll be getting delivery of my 31' Classic and the 25' will be up for sale.

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ID:	23150425' 2007 SE Safari SS. We have a lovely couch on the front end. The folding table which you guys have in the middle of your bench seats is located on the street side in front of the sofa. It opens and covers about half way across the street side of the sofa.

The dinette was next to that on the street side and extended to the wall up against the refrigerator. We have already pulled out the dinette (bench seats and table) and now are staring at the wheel well that protrudes from the wall under the refrig.

I am looking for ideas on how to best utilize this space. I like the idea of putting in a working surface along the wall to work on our computers but as you see, it will compete with the folding table.

Any ideas?


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Here are my conversion to my Eddie Bauer. Wanted to keep the sleeping space for 1 and needed more counter top space. We added two table, one is stationary, The table by the recliner has a small flip up, is height adjustable and on wheels. That way we can roll it over by the counter for more work space. Attachment 221699Attachment 221700


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That's a great looking conversion. We may like to do something like that.

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Old 02-02-2015, 09:51 AM   #24
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Here are my conversion to my Eddie Bauer. Wanted to keep the sleeping space for 1 and needed more counter top space. We added two table, one is stationary, The table by the recliner has a small flip up, is height adjustable and on wheels. That way we can roll it over by the counter for more work space. Attachment 221699Attachment 221700


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Very nice job on your conversion. Mind if I ask where you got your recliner? Thanks in advance. Tom
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Very nice addition.

It's amazing what's old is new again .

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The recliner is a Lazyboy Impulse.


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Loving all the conversions. Would like to install a recliner, but the grandkids camp with us from time to time. Tom, did y'all do the upholstery yourself? Beautiful job!
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Old 02-04-2015, 07:53 AM   #28
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Loving all the conversions. Would like to install a recliner, but the grandkids camp with us from time to time. Tom, did y'all do the upholstery yourself? Beautiful job!
No, we used Covington Upholstry over in Panama City Beach, the same company Luckyducks used on their conversion. Ciovington had done such a great job on their cushions that I decided the drive was well worth it....and they did a great job on ours as well.
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