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Old 06-29-2016   #1
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Table hardware

Looking to put hardware onto a piece of the white plastic sheet (like cutting board material), would be approx 22" x 66 " and it needs stiffening rails so the material wont sag and legs, the space between my frame rails is 19".

Any ideas for custom fabrication, and or a source to purchase just the hardware ?

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Old 06-29-2016   #2
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I'd go to Walmart with a tape measure, I've got a folding lifetime table that the hardware unscrew from the top. It's roughly 2'x4' but I think the frame is a couple inches too wide. Also you can order tee nuts and legs from the roll a table company perhaps you could come up with your own reinforcement out of oak or aluminum.

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Old 06-29-2016   #3
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Weld one up with conduit like Cambridge does.

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Old 06-30-2016   #4
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Not to hijack this thread, but I had a question about tables and this might give you some ideas.

I have a 16' cat with a very large wood floor. It would be awesome to get some table legs and have a bad as huge kitchen table for big trips. Rigging/loading/unloading issues of the floor aside, I found this and thought it might be perfect. A little expensive, but considering those blue roll up tables go for $100, it might be a good option.

Instant table legs:

Anyone consider this or have better ideas?
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Old 06-30-2016   #5
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I have used these with good results .

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This is what I did for legs. If you just reinforce the length of the table with angle iron down the sides should work. Very handy legs when not rafting.

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Old 07-06-2016   #7
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AAA in Denver sells a metal leg kit. Pre bent legs and all fittings.
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Old 07-06-2016   #8
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I have conduit benders you can use if you decide to go that route
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Old 07-07-2016   #9
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I've been thinking about doing the same for my plywood deck. Found this company that has a pretty great selection of just folding legs -
:: Ebco Products Corp - Table Legs & Folding Legs ::
Check out the H-style legs that have adjustable length up to 38" (hate bending over to reach stuff on my roll-a-table haha!)
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Old 07-07-2016   #10
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I have HDPE (Plastic) Decking on my boat and piece on the front bay runs the full width of the raft (across the double rail sides). Under the table I just screwed in 4 threaded plumbing flanges and got ace hardware to cut me 4 pieces of steel pipe and had those threaded on the ends. The four legs just get thrown in the bottom of my drop bag and then get screwed into the table at camp. I made some little shims to put under the flanges so that the legs angle out slightly to increase stability. I did not use any supports under the table.

I love the table bc its one solid piece of cutting board. It is very stable and when its set up I simple wipe it down with some bleach water and get to cooking. The only downside is that plastic is very heavy and the legs are heavy too but the table is simple and strong and I can cut anywhere on the table. I prefer it to the metal tables except for weight.
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