brian_bp wrote:The channel which Barb used looks like a good design, but watch out for the type I found on an old rental tent trailer: the extrusion on the table edge slides into the end of the mating extrusion on the trailer side, so you have to slide it in the whole width of the table. It tends to jam and is really frustrating, and I wondered if I were going to rip the trailer siding off trying to get the table out.
I also wonder about height adjustment: if the table is supported on one end by the trailer, and the other end by a leg, one end or the other needs to be adjustable in height if you want your table to be level.
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