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Old 01-02-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a good folding table that is easy to store in their RV?
Our new trailer had beds for 9 and dining for 4. I am hoping to find a good little table that will fold flat, under the sofa or something. I am wondering what others are using?
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Old 01-02-2012, 02:16 PM   #2
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I have a small 2x3 folding table that works great and stores behind my sofa when not in use. Have you check the online stores such as Tweetys or (gulp) Camping World? They are a pretty large selection of various tables.
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Old 01-02-2012, 02:23 PM   #3
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Might be a bit big for inside the camper, but we bought either a Rubbermaid or Lifetime table from Lowes. It was about $35 and it folds in half. Probably 5' long when unfolded. The legs fold up and then the table folds in half as well. Fairly light and really stable when it is set up. We usually use ours outside, but I guess we could use it in front of our couch if we really needed to. With usually only 5 of us in our camper and having the U-Shaped dinette, it hasn't been needed so far.
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I carry two of these that I got off Craigslist for $20 each. Folds to 24 x 24 yet will hold any weight you want to put on it.
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I carry two of these that I got off Craigslist for $20 each. Folds to 24 x 24 yet will hold any weight you want to put on it.
If you can't find them on Craigslist, Walmart carries them but they are around $30. Costco also has a good strong 24x48" table from Lifetime for around the same price. Seems like it would fit well behind the sofa... at least it would in my 22FB.
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:55 PM   #6
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If you can't find them on Craigslist, Walmart carries them but they are around $30. Costco also has a good strong 24x48" table from Lifetime for around the same price. Seems like it would fit well behind the sofa... at least it would in my 22FB.
I've also seen them at Wally World for one heck of a lot less than Camping World wants for something similar. The only downside is it may take a bit of creativity to find a place to stash them. Mayhap the back of a closet or under a bed?
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Old 01-02-2012, 07:05 PM   #7
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I purchased one made by Coleman. It is in 2 sections so it can be used in different configurations. I payed under $45 dollars at a Colman tent sale at the outlets in Lake George, NY. The table is light weight and stores in my rear pass through compartment. The height of the table can also be adjusted- table height-coffee table height. So check out the Colman web site, they may be having a sale.
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Old 01-02-2012, 09:11 PM   #8
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I carry two of these that I got off Craigslist for $20 each. Folds to 24 x 24 yet will hold any weight you want to put on it.
I have one of those at home that I bring out for parties when I have more people eating than my dining room table holds or sometimes to use as a buffet table to hold a lot of food at holidays. Great table, stores easily. Comes in handy.
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We have some Lifetime tables. It can be stored under or on top of the bed or just flat on the floor. I usually carry it in the back of the truck. They will get a little sway backed if you leave too much weight on the center of them.
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We use one of these.

http://www.lifetime.com/tableschairs...-x-20-personal
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