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Old 08-18-2012, 06:47 PM   #11
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I like what you did and that really makes me think about my A128S. It does appear you have more room but we use both beds when camping. Wife says I snore too much but it's her not me.
Thanks for sharing.

My wife thinks just like your wife. I agree with you. It's her.

The boards work well for both beds, they're much easier to set up and take down. I don't think that I mentioned it clearly in my first post, but for the back dinette/bed, we use a 10" and a 12" shelf board as the bed supports. For the front dinette/bed, we use a 10" and a 12" shelf board, as well as the small table, as the bed supports.

My wife restained the boards (as well as the supports-ours had never been stained) with a color that better matches the cabinets. I added new velcro to both the supports and boards.

Currently, she is making a woods/bear themed tablecloth for the small round table.
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Old 08-23-2012, 06:57 AM   #12
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Great job! I was wanting to replace the folding legs on my table also. I looked at Camper World and they have 2 different bases. What was the name/part no. for the base, leg, and top base that you used?
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Old 08-23-2012, 04:22 PM   #13
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Great job! I was wanting to replace the folding legs on my table also. I looked at Camper World and they have 2 different bases. What was the name/part no. for the base, leg, and top base that you used?
We actually purchased the table mounting bases/hubs at the Camping World in Calera, AL. We used 2 of these. One was used as the base of the round table the other was positioned as the floor base in the front dinette area. These units look just like the Rockwood supplied base.

On line, this appears to be the correct item.

Table/Floor Mounting Hub 6 5/8"
Catalog Item # 7871
Table/Floor Mounting Hub 6 5/8" - Russell Products Inc MA1119 - Furnishing Accessories - Camping World


We ordered the table legs on line - we replaced both of the legs as the Rockwood supplied leg on the back dinette was not as nice looking as the legs we looked at the store and ultimately received.

(You may want to measure your table pedestal leg to make sure it is the correct length as shown below.)

TABLE LEG 27.5"
Catalog Item # 40773
http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/product/table-leg/2950


I hope this helps.
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