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 Post subject: building a table in my BBQ Villa
PostPosted: November 5th, 2011, 10:56 am 
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Hey guys I enclosed a 12ft dovetail trailer I had and hauled my old smoker on the back the enclosed part is 6x8 which works great for prepping and staying out of the weather the roof extends over the back so the back and tailgate is covered. I am finishing out the inside since I will haul my stumps inside and roll it out to cook I am wanting to build a wall mounted table that folds up or down when not in use any yall done this? If so how did ya do it thanks for any ideas

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 Post subject: Re: building a table in my BBQ Villa
PostPosted: November 5th, 2011, 11:32 am 
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I havent done that but it would just be a case of finding the wall studs, which depending on the trailer could be either wood or aluminum and once you get your tables built, hinge them in the studs. All you would need is front legs on the tables which would also hinge and pin when inplace, like a card table. Or, make life easy and just buy a couple of those folding tables from Cosco or Sams. I have two of them and they are well built and easy to use, cleanup and store.

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 Post subject: Re: building a table in my BBQ Villa
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I thought about doing just a regular table that I can move in or out but I wanna make it nice and like anything else I do custom :P

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 Post subject: Re: building a table in my BBQ Villa
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I saw someone hinge a frame on the inside of their trailer with front legs that insert. When the frame was lowered and the legs in place, they had table top inserts: one wood, one poly cutting board. Worked real nice and gave them a place to work if it rained. I am considering doing this when I get my trailer...

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