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« on: April 11, 2014, 11:20:32 pm »

I know that many places provide picnic tables for campers, but we decided to buy one to take along on our trips.  So far it has turned out to be outstanding.  Very sturdy, fairly compact when stored and matches our Sunlit exterior paint job.  The top of the table is slatted, comes off the legs and is rolled up.  The legs fold up and everything fits neatly into a nice protective bag with a large cloth handle.  Have received many compliments on it already and it came in handy when one park had no table, and one had a table that looked like chipmunks had been gnawing on it for a year.  It is made by Kelty, the same folks that make high end backpacks and other camping gear.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/kelty-deluxe-roll-top-table~p~6657g/?utm_source=GooglePLAs&utm_medium=PaidShopping&utm_term=Kelty_Deluxe_Roll_Top_Table&utm_campaign=PCGOOGLEP4&currency=USD&codes-processed=true

- Mike
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« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2014, 11:40:18 pm »

Nice table.  We have a smaller version that we have had for a while that my husband uses for grilling.  It made the cut from the class A to the limited storage of the PC 2350 because of its compact-ability and the neat storage bag. 
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« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2014, 09:17:58 am »

While we are sharing table ideas, we carry this one.  It's plenty big for the two of us eating and table games together.  It's also nice in a group setting, placed against the side of the PC by the outdoor outlet for 110v appliances.
 
I took this out from my old "Improvements & Enhancements post HERE.

16)  Nicely Stored 2' x 4' Fold-In-Half Folding Table With 4 Height Settings
Made by Lifetime, this height adjustable folding table stores perfectly in the rear storage compartment.
HERE is Lifetime's website.
CLICK HERE to get to this specific table.  The video shows it's ease & versatility after the 20 second intro of the company.


Stores Easily Inside Rear Compartment


Shown Set At It's Highest Setting
Highest - nice for a cooking work surface
Middle setting - nice for eating at with regular lawn chairs
Lowest setting - nice with low lounge chairs

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« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2014, 07:33:04 pm »

Thanks for the tips.  Question for Mike, where do you store it?

Thanks,
Jim
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« Reply #4 on: April 15, 2014, 11:01:19 pm »

We store ours under the drivers side bed.  It is long but pretty thin (diameter) and easy to get to. We might at some point choose to store it in our tow vehicle, but for some strange reason we've found ourselves in a situation where we have everything we need stored away and still have extra space inside.  The exterior storage areas are chock full, however.

  - Mike
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