Originally Posted by sirrealone
We have a 2004 Jay Feather 23B. ... It's pretty warped and probably isn't going to last too much longer. ... and I just wonder if anybody has had any luck with something you found or if it's best just to build something?
Does the table top surface still look good? If yes, then maybe some bracing will work.
I'm not impressed with the strength of my 2001 23b dinette table. I haven't done this yet.
My plan is to get some aluminum angle from Home Depot or Lowes to screw and glue it on to the underside to add rigidity. I'll likely use my favorite, Goop glue. Presently the table legs hang down when folded so adding the angle along the leg assemblies shouldn't interfere with storage space when the legs are closed. A couple pieces of aluminum angle will add a bunch of strength without much added weight. It might be best to favor the outside edge so it isn't a knee knocker (leave room for the bed mode support lip).
Angle is pretty strong so don't go bigger than needed. If you use some clamps during installation then the angle supports should take out your warp.
Edit: Cut the exposed ends at an angle and round off with a file. You don't want any sharp corners.
As I said, I've yet to do this so FWIW. vic