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Old 02-10-2020, 03:28 PM   #11
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I like that folding table mounted on the side.

1. It is easy and quick
2. It stores in place
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Old 02-11-2020, 12:25 PM   #12
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If you want something you can bolt up, use Unistrut, Kindorf or Super Strut. They make it in Aluminum, stainless, galvanized, fiberglass, and steel. Once you get it how you like it, you can weld it up.
Great minds... todayís my day off and Iím going to Home Depot to grab a few pieces to mock a few ideas up.



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Came across these pictures a few days ago. The table is larger than your project but thought it was a cool idea. Interested to see what you come up with as we currently use a tire table for our stove but it gets a bit cluttered so would be great to fee up some space.
Very cool! Wish I could put an extra pole on my van. My running boards are in the way.



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two ideas (images are for visual reference only...to show general configuration):
Thanks for these ideas and the McMaster links. Iíll add them to the pot!

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Herb, thanks for digging up my old thread. I fooled around with this for awhile but gave up. Nowadays I'm better able to weld up a creative design if I ever need to again. I hope those pics helped you Otter.

Oly, that fold down table is awesome! Of course you have to have the Aluminess ladder and rear bumper strategically placed but damn that's cool!
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Old 02-11-2020, 12:52 PM   #14
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If you look near the swing arm post you'll also notice a silver tube, that's a water faucet they plumbed in. Pretty sweet. A company in Maine did some of this work if you want to see more details
https://www.awolrigs.com/jinx
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