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Old 01-05-2011, 07:01 PM   #11
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can you just cut off part of the leg in question and mount some kind of cup like holder to the wheel well and put the short leg in it ??
also by looking in the pictures i am wondering if you can turn the leg around and mount it where it needs to be for clearence, of course the leg will fold away from the other leg, not sure if thats what your looking for
i can tell you i am taking my folding legs off and mounting the two removable post instead

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Old 01-06-2011, 09:33 AM   #12
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Can you take a picture of your table set up?

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This is the first time I have tried to add pictures so don't know if it will work or not. My table measures 26 3/4 by 39 3/4 inches.
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This is the first time I have tried to add pictures so don't know if it will work or not. My table measures 26 3/4 by 39 3/4 inches.
Thanks for the pic's. Your table is 5 3/4" longer then mine

I'll figure out something.
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:24 AM   #14
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I noticed that too. I just assumed your dinette is designed for 2 people and not 4.
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:26 AM   #15
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can you just cut off part of the leg in question and mount some kind of cup like holder to the wheel well and put the short leg in it ??
also by looking in the pictures i am wondering if you can turn the leg around and mount it where it needs to be for clearence, of course the leg will fold away from the other leg, not sure if thats what your looking for
i can tell you i am taking my folding legs off and mounting the two removable post instead

good luck

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The wheel well is made out of very thin almost veneer type paneling, so putting a leg on it would not work. We would also like to use the table outside the trailer.

Turning the leg around is an idea but I'm sure it would stick out when in bed mode. This could cause problems for the midnight lav run.

Thanks for the ideas! I may go with the post as well.

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The wheel well is made out of very thin almost veneer type paneling, so putting a leg on it would not work. We would also like to use the table outside the trailer.

Turning the leg around is an idea but I'm sure it would stick out when in bed mode. This could cause problems for the midnight lav run.

Thanks for the ideas! I may go with the post as well.

Paul
Paul, as I see it they put the wrong table in your 1809. We have the 1809S & when I discovered that the legs on our table weren't the same distance from the end I wondered why. Now I know my table was made for the 1809. It is no problem for my setup however your dealer needs to get you the right table. Here are a couple more pictures.
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Paul, as I see it they put the wrong table in your 1809. We have the 1809S & when I discovered that the legs on our table weren't the same distance from the end I wondered why. Now I know my table was made for the 1809. It is no problem for my setup however your dealer needs to get you the right table. Here are a couple more pictures.
I agree with Emptypockets. Paul, FR should give you the correct table you should not have to go to these lengths to sort it out what should be a simple switch of tables, I would send them a link to this thread so they can see what trouble they are putting you thru! I am collecting my 5er in April I hope i do not have similar problems!

This is simply poor management, the guy that put the table in there must have known it was the wrong one, and his supervisor, and the whole chain of "Don't Carers", Hey i am having a rant and its not my table, sorry
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