Table storage

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  1. Vlad The Impaler

    Vlad The Impaler Funster

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    The table for the rear lounge stowes behind the passenger seat.Is there any where to store the dining table or is it meant to be left in place.
     
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    Hi not sure about yours but our table stores in the wardrobe there are two small brackets at the bottom that hold it and a clip at top to keep it from falling forward.
     
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    I think it depends on the van. The table in our Autoquest stowed in the wardrobe like Gerry's but in our Burstner it stays in place, fastened by a lever to the floor.
     
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    No storage place to my knowledge, why would you want to store it anyway?

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    We store ours when we make up the bed at night as the table isn't part of the bed
     
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    He is talking about the Dining area table, which is part of a bed but there is nowhere for it to go as std.
     
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    Found it fits in the wardrobe will make up some clips to hold it.Will help when transporting fuller bodied people !
     
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    There is no formal storage space, but I have slid ours behind the drivers seat. Incidentally if yours is like mine, the standard sturdy folding leg, gets caght when you try to lift the table. Access is also very restrictive for sitting. I have removed the plastic bungs from the table leg bottom, cut off two inches from each side and put the bungs back in. It makes no difference to stability, but means the table can be slid on the chrome bar fitted to the side.
     

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