Originally Posted by mrkyak
here is a table I made for a grand trip. 1 inch aluminum square tubing, aluminum diamond plate surface. the legs store inside the table. It went on my first bay covering ammo cans. the loading ramp feature can't be beat. shorter legs went along to convert it to a coctail table after dinner.
without such a load (photo was 25 day trip only one raft) it would be a platform easily covered with a paco pad for passengers. I love doing aluminum projects and would make you one to your size requirements for $50 plus materials. this will be the last table you'll ever buy!
If I ever replace my table it would have to be longer and skinnier.
Looks awesome. I would love to see some higher res details of how the legs go in. Looks like bottoms are welded too. For sand camps I actually like pushing the leg down into the sand without having to displace it. Would the legs hold up without the cap?
How much does it weigh? And painted top or did you sprayliner it with something? Which might make it more skid resistant.
Estimated cost of materials?
Nice work. The last thing I thought was a commercial solicitation. But I guess the buzz does have folks selling river tables advertising and such. Mostly what I thought was what a bro deal from one buzzard to the rest.