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Old 03-21-2016, 09:24 PM   #1
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Little Table that slides on the lip on side of a Flagstaff

I just bought a 2016 Flagstaff 831 BHDS and it came with one of those little tables that slide on the little lip where the grill slides. I would like to purchase another one, does anyone know where I could pick one up?
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Old 03-21-2016, 09:38 PM   #2
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You can make it yourself,cabinet shop,or the cheapest way is F/R parts/dealer! Youroo!!
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Old 03-22-2016, 04:25 AM   #3
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I asked for a second one from dealer when I bought my trailer, since I don't plan on ever using the supplied hanging grill. It's nice having two. Agree: try a parts dept of your local dealer.
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Old 03-22-2016, 06:36 AM   #4
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I asked for a second one from dealer when I bought my trailer, since I don't plan on ever using the supplied hanging grill. It's nice having two. Agree: try a parts dept of your local dealer.
We opted out of the RVQ when we got the TT for a stove. They supplied us with the 3 burner one, the two burner one is the better choice as it is much easier to store. Pretty much sure these stoves are out of a PUP. They are set in a blowmolded base with a tray in the front and hang on the rail. We haven't used the inside stove yet.
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The track is the hard part to come by......took it off the shelf, and made an outside tv mount using it......OC made a track section, the 1/2 that's on the shelf, and now it's attached to an outside coffee pot
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Old 03-22-2016, 11:51 AM   #6
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I made my own table for beside the track stove. I wouldn't camp without it! I made it for our Popup but it can work on any track. Tracks are easily purchase on line and are inexpensive.
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That's 1/2 of what you need......the other part of that is the portable piece
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After mine accidentally got forgotten outside in the rain, I just built a new one. There's a pic of it in my FRF album:

http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...ture11433.html

When you build your own, you can adjust a lot of the parameters, like how to get it to be the same height as the sidekick instead.



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Old 03-22-2016, 02:57 PM   #10
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I only need the table. anyone ever order one?
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Old 03-22-2016, 03:13 PM   #11
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I only need the table. anyone ever order one?

I had tried. The price the dealer wanted to order me one is why I went with the "build your own" approach.

If I understood your question, you have 1 table already and want a second to get more space right? So, either see what the dealer says it'll cost you to get one, or turn the one you have into a single bigger table. Just need to unscrew the hardware from the existing one, and then screw it onto the bigger one.


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Called FR and the table is $55.00 plus $20.00 to ship. No thanks i'll find a better option.
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Old 03-24-2016, 09:42 AM   #13
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I made my own table for beside the track stove. I wouldn't camp without it! I made it for our Popup but it can work on any track. Tracks are easily purchase on line and are inexpensive.
Kraftengr - I really like your table. Would you be willing to share how you made it? What is the size of the top and what is it made of? What sizes of pvc pipe did you use? This is a nice mod. Thanks

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Thanks Larry!

The table top is actually a 2' x 4' sheet of masonite (that has one side finished as a wipe-off marker board) that I got a Lowes. To that I added a 1/4 plywood backing and 1 x 2 support frame for support.

The legs are PVC pipe that I also got at Lowes with the outer pipe being 1-1/2" (as I recall). I actually went to the store and tried various sizes to see which size would fit inside the next larger size with the least play. The problem you have is that the ground at the level where the legs hit the ground is never at the same distance below the table level. By drilling holes in the outer pipe at 3-1/2" ctrs and holes in the inner pipe at 1" ctrs over an 8" distance, the adjustment range becomes approximately 16 inches which has been more than enough. In that combination of holes, the legs are adjustable in 1/2" increments.

Hope that helps! Gary
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I havent, but sure have thought about it. Please keep me posted on where you got it and how much it costs.

My next TT project is replacing that horrible blue LED in the fridge. Just got the white one delivered from Dometic.
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Thanks Larry!

The table top is actually a 2' x 4' sheet of masonite (that has one side finished as a wipe-off marker board) that I got a Lowes. To that I added a 1/4 plywood backing and 1 x 2 support frame for support.

The legs are PVC pipe that I also got at Lowes with the outer pipe being 1-1/2" (as I recall). I actually went to the store and tried various sizes to see which size would fit inside the next larger size with the least play. The problem you have is that the ground at the level where the legs hit the ground is never at the same distance below the table level. By drilling holes in the outer pipe at 3-1/2" ctrs and holes in the inner pipe at 1" ctrs over an 8" distance, the adjustment range becomes approximately 16 inches which has been more than enough. In that combination of holes, the legs are adjustable in 1/2" increments.

Hope that helps! Gary
Thanks Gary, that's what I need for a start.

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I havent, but sure have thought about it. Please keep me posted on where you got it and how much it costs.

My next TT project is replacing that horrible blue LED in the fridge. Just got the white one delivered from Dometic.
Nevermind, missed the post above. Wouldn't mind another one, but $75 is pretty steep.
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