OK, so the DW & I were getting real tired of the wobbly dining room table in our 29.5 so I decided to figure something out. At first I was considering a rail like some TT use for outside grills. But I think the Camco kit is only 1 rail as it assumes your grill already has the 2nd rail built-in. Anyways, I went to my local Lowes to have a look around. I found this rail:
which is made for the use of hanging tools and things. They offer different hooks you can mount but they also have these Brackets. The brackets drop down on the top part of the rails and then swing down and Snap into place. They are designed for you to add your own shelve. So I thought these might work. Once I got home and took the table out, I noticed that the brackets had a small lip on them:
keeping the brackets from being flush with the table. Nothing a hack-saw can’t fix in about 30 seconds:
Then just file it smooth. Now just drill some holes in the brackets and screw them onto the underside of the table:
Make sure your screws are not too long. Don’t want them poking through the other side:
Now dry-fit the table in place and mark where the rail should be mounted and screw in-place. BTW I did cut the rail down from the original 50" length.
Now that I no longer need the rear table leg, I just removed the brackets from the floor and the table:
I also had to move the front table leg floor bracket out about 1” due to the rail and brackets now cause the table to be about an 1” more away from the wall.
I used a black sharpie pen to hide the silver on top of the brackets:
Now just set the table on the rail, with the front of the table raised about 6-12” then just lower in place while using one hand under to guide the leg into its bracket.
The table is now extremely sturdy and removing 1 of the legs just give you more leg-room under it. All in I think this mod cost me around $22.