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Old 11-14-2018, 08:01 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 25.3
State: Pennsylvania
Posts: 6
THOR #6946
Fold down table for Vegas 25.3

Space is at a premium in our 2016 Thor Vegas 25.3. Even with only two of us there is not enough room for us to pass between the table and kitchen sink at the same time.
Attached photos show a wall-mounted fold-down table that frees up space and allows us plenty of table space for the two of us for meals, laptops, work etc. When it’s folded down it allows room for both of us to play guitars while seated comfortably. In the up position it provides enough room so that we can pass without bumping into each other.
Table top is 27”wide 28.5”long.
I cut (3) 12” wide boards that span the gap between the benches to support the cushions when needed for another sleeping spot. Boards store under the front bench.
If anyone is interested In a winter project I am willing to share pdf drawings showing its design and materials required.
Didn’t destroy anything or trash the old table, so it can be reinstalled without any modifications if required.
Next project will be to make another shelf out of the same wood as the table.

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