Temporary Table


Temporary Table. The 24″ round was purchased from Home Depot for $10.  Two coats of Min-Wax stain and poly coat were applied to the pine tabletop.


The receiver was purchased for $10.00 from Holiday World RV in Garland, Texas.


This will have to do until I find or buy a permanent replacement.

McClain’s was able to get the 70X in and out in 24 hours.  The cabinet behind the driver’s seat was installed, the shower drain fixed (something about a new rubber bladder being too rigid so as not to allow the water weight to open it) and the water pump is fixed (valve mis-installed). The bad pixel in the Jensen TV and the shower ring have to wait as these units (TV and ring) had to be ordered and are to be delivered next week.  So I give McClain’s high marks for getting these initial items repaired quickly and correctly.  Now we are in the market for a new table top because the new cabinet does not give enough clearance for the existing table up front–of course it still works fine in the back of the coach.  I looked at West Marine and a couple of RV stores, but no-one seems to sell replacement table tops.  It looks like the tabletop for the ERA 70C might work as it has an odd C/L shape.  As a temporary fix, I bought an unfinished 24″ pine round, stained it and installed a pedestal receiver on the bottom that is received in the table pole.  It just clears the cabinet.  While the top of the cabinet matches the table, it does not match the Corian countertop.  Another minor design issue that Winnebago may want to address.

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1 Response to Temporary Table

  1. eeltinge says:

    Considering cutting down on a C/L shaped table on my 170A. Very difficult to get around. Also bought 3 black plastic cup holders from Winnebago. Will cut holes in table to hold Starbuck’s Cups.


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