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Old 03-06-2016, 10:12 AM   #1
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Dinette Revisions

We have a 26RLS with the U shaped dinette. It is hard to get into and out of because of the closeness of the table to the seats and the legs. Has anyone turned the table around or made other revisions to this?
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we had the same trouble with our 26 rls...we had the dealer ship change the legs to the freestanding/collapsible legs so now we can move the table in and out when needed or we can even take it and use it outside also. We love it!!!!
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You can remove the dinette and put in table and chairs. You loose the storage under the bench and the sleep accommodation. There are some nice small table & chair sets available. Put on loose pillows and you're all set.
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Old 03-06-2016, 10:22 AM   #4
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Thanks. We have not liked the factory setup since day one.

Can you explain what collapsible legs you used and how? And, can the table still be used for an extra bed if needed?
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After having the booth dinette in our last camper this time we opted for table and chairs. The dinette was ok for sleeping the children when they were small but as they grew it just became more useless to us
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Kevin, Yes it can still be used as the extra bed, my kids and grand-kids sleep on it all the time lol. You can order the collapsible legs from the dealer, they are right from Jayco, they use them on other trailers. I dont remember the cost, we had them install them as part of our purchase agreement. But you remove the mounts for the permanent legs on both the table and floor, and these attach to the table. There is a lever on them to collapse them down for when you need to use it as part of the bed. They are very sturdy too and like I said it turns the table into a free standing table. I suppose the term legs is not right..pedastal maybe a better description, it is one large base that attaches to the table top and folds down so the table can be used as a bed
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here is a video of the one we have, or if its not the exact one its really really close..lol
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Wally. Exactly what we are looking for. Thanks.
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We are also not big fans of the Jay Flight dinette table due to its instability. We upgraded from a Jay Feather hybrid which had the exact flip up table and we almost kept it before selling the trailer. I think we will also be changing to a free standing table. Thanks for the video link.
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Thanks for all the advice. Makes things much easier when someone has done it before you.
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