Auto-Trail tables

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  1. poolie18

    poolie18 Read Only Funster

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    Hi all,
    We are just upgrading our Elnagh (fixed table) to a Mohawk (occasional / freestanding table) and take delivery next Thursday. The question is, does anyone use the circular occasional table or is it more of a hindrance than being useful and you therefore end up setting up the other one?
     
  2. Brightspark

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    Not a hindrance at all. Swing out the way behind the passenger seat when travelling & a usefull to place the odd cuppa when you stop enroute. Also useful for eating at for two. When only get our freestanding table out when there's more than two eating.
     
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  3. Mickx

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    Ditto, we find ours very useful - full table usually comes out in the summer and is used for BBQ and food.....
     
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    we had one on our Bolero and we used it all the time for the two of us....as said, only used larger one if four eating...
    now have a fixed (pedestal) table and find that equally useful.
     
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    We have the half dinette option Mohawk the free standing table is a nightmare and was obviously designed by a committee use the swing out circular table is brill for two and a our grand-daughter. I had our carpenter neighbour make me a a drop over circular extension for it and I beefed up the supports, brilliant the free stander now gets left at home
     
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    We'll have to give that a try then, I didn't really want to be putting the table up and down all the time.
    Cheers Mick
     
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    After comments on other threads about 'leaky' Autotrails here was me thinking this was a thread about the 'quality' of Autotrail MHs compared to others .... :LOL: :imoutahere:
     
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    You're a bad bad girl!;)
     
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