Originally Posted by cupido76
That's pretty slick. I like items that serve more than one purpose in the back-country.
There are lots of comercially available table/seat decks but they are kind of big and wouldn't fit my super duper puma very well, so a small homemade one that was less than 1/2 the cost seemed like a good idea. Of course you could use other legs, such as threaded pipe with fitings and other stuff, but the roll-a-table legs are sturdy enough (though you won't be having any kinky action on this table), are light, and adjustable in hight which really kick ass on sloping beaches or on cobble/rocky shores. For those using the standard roll-a-tables I recommend getting the adjustable legs, which is what I got the legs for origionally, then ended up using them for the seat deck/table project.
Looks like they are still $25. Order them from here (this is the retail side owned by the guy how invented the roll-a-"stuff" http://www.campspecialties.com/roll-...ustable%20legs
The legs fit regular sized T-nuts available at any hardware store, though I don't know the specific size off hand.