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Old 10-22-2016   #1
 
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Partner Steel Table

Hey, anyone out there got a partner steel table. Trying to get a weight on it. My local dealer says the table weighs in at 70 lbs. I have a hard time believing a all aluminum table is that heavy. Thats half again more than a NRS?? Thanks in advance, JT

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17#s
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Get out. 17 lbs total.
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Yep.That is according to Tuffriverstuff. White waterworthy's table is 18#if you are interested.
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Partner steel just e-mailed me and said 34#, do not know where tuffriverstuff got the 17# number but I believe partner.
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Yeah, I was having a hard time with 17 lbs since a piece of 1/8 inch aluminum six feet by two feet is almost 17 pounds. 34 sounds much more reasonable. Thanks.
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