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Lee_RV

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Posted: 03/25/21 08:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Small folding table? I picked one up and use it all the time when camping, it would fit between the seats of your rig and could be folded up and put to use elsewhere afterwards.

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Posted: 03/26/21 04:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Executive wrote:

Not that it matters, but why would you need a table between the seats while traveling?


First major trip out with my Class A was to a campground I'd not visited before.. Well Smart phones were not so smart then so I uswed a "Navi-Comp" (Windows laptop running Streets and trips) Wwll I built a table to hold it. ABOUT 18" square. Proper height to hold the laptop. And it did not block going to the head at a rest stop.

It will hold my 300 pounds too.

The Trick is a smaller table or a "Swing arm" table.. hold on.
Found it.. Now this is not the actual product Id' suggest but it IS the concept

Swing arm computer desk for police cars

Ah the advantages of having told cops where to go for 25 years+ AND STILL GETTING PAID FOR IT [emoticon] .

Why would one want a table.
can't reach the cup holder (Build one into the table)
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And the ever popular Navi-Comp.. that 14" screen beats the pixels out of my smart phone screen.


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Well, I asked that question because I can't see why one can't simply put their stuff ON the doghouse. Are they now too low to be convenient. My last gasser was a 1984 Pace Arrow. That dog house was plenty high to hold whatever I wanted to put on it. I made my own 'cover' out of oak and put cup holders in it.....Dennis


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I built a pedestal swing arm table and it consist of a 6"metal plate bolted to engine cover and a 2" upright post the proper height. At top there is a arm welded and extended the proper length for area operation of the table top which is attached to it and can be swung to area needed. I travel with the laptop GPS sitting on it. Also can be used for food/drink, etc. if needed. No interference with seating. Have used it in two Class A coaches. Easy to remove by pulling base pin.

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