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Hello Boaters,

Must be someone out there who has built or tried to build a table with plywood top and PVC legs/fittings. Does it work? What's your design?

thanks, Mark
 

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How about plywood top and roll-a-table legs. I still be rolling with this I posted about many years ago:
https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/f15/fairly-cheap-seat-table-deck-25065.html

Rolly table legs for sale:
https://www.camptime.com/products/adjustable-leg-set-for-roll-a-table

or if you already have a skid guard or other plywood seat deck you can just add some t-nuts to it and use regular, like the shorter table below, just regular roll-a-table legs on this one instead of the adjustable:


note the sleeping wife with doggies waiting for breakfast in bed
 

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The right size that fit rolly table leg studs.

What every size they are, they are pretty standard cause I just got them at Home Deposit.

A poor pic showing the home made table deck with the adjustable rolly table legs and the stock skid guard deck we had that I added t-nuts and using standard rolly table legs from 2 weeks ago.
 

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The threaded tips of my roll-a-table are definitely not 1/4" but instead 5/16" and looks to be 20 threads per inch...

You are correct, sorry that I gave bad information. I just checked the threads on my Roll-A-Table by running a die over them and they are 5/16 x 18 thread. Just shows that you can't trust everything on the internet.
 
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