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    Quote Originally Posted by maingate View Post
    My Burstner came with a sliding table and as usual the table was far too big and was a nuisance. I removed it and fitted a smaller one with a short hinged section at one end so that it could be bigger for mealtimes. I bought a tabletop from IKEA which is heavy but I have lots of payload so it did not matter. I would expect the table frame from Burstner would be eyewateringly expensive but you might get something from a Caravan Breaker at a fraction of the cost.

    I could not find the type of spring loaded hinges in the UK and had to order them from China. When they arrived they were not the same size so I just fitted one and used two wooden blocks to stiffen up the extension when raised. I ordered 2 that were too big anyway but it works OK with one big one.
    Was that a free standing slider similar to the one in my first post Jim or mounted on a rail? May have been a Burstner one I saw before, will have a google thanks
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    You can buy a slider from a company called Sea-screw, this is it, under 60 and has about 115mm of travel.7F8758A4-C930-444B-9397-A6334FDFA00C.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by saxonborg View Post
    You can buy a slider from a company called Sea-screw, this is it, under 60 and has about 115mm of travel.7F8758A4-C930-444B-9397-A6334FDFA00C.gif
    That looks just the job, I have emailed them asking how the underside fits, do you know if it goes on a standard 70mm pedestal leg or not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabsim View Post
    I want the main pedestal table in the van to be able to slide if it is something I can do without the need of too much skill. I have seen these pedestal table slider but at 300 they are about ten times more than I am wanting to pay. Has anyone seen anything similar as I think I did see something a few months ago but cant remember where?

    I have seen on a self build where someone used sliding door tracks to make something but my version would probably fall apart with dinner on it so would prefer a 'manufactured' item if I go this way.

    Here is the one I can find:
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    I got rid of table and got me one o these from Ikea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabsim View Post
    Was that a free standing slider similar to the one in my first post Jim or mounted on a rail? May have been a Burstner one I saw before, will have a google thanks
    It is a 2 stage hydraulic leg with a square metal frame on top with sliders lengthways and across. The table section is bolted to the frame. I should have some pictures of the finished mod somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maingate View Post
    It is a 2 stage hydraulic leg with a square metal frame on top with sliders lengthways and across. The table section is bolted to the frame. I should have some pictures of the finished mod somewhere.

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    Looks the bizz, Jim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabsim View Post
    That looks just the job, I have emailed them asking how the underside fits, do you know if it goes on a standard 70mm pedestal leg or not?
    Guessing it does as it is shown with all the various type of table pedestals. I have a similar quandry to yourself, but I want to make my table smaller and be on a telescopic pedestal so that I can drop it down level with a fixed seat so that it gives a large comfotable travelling seat for our Golden Retriever. There are plenty of slides and air sprung/ electric pedestals about but horrendously expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saxonborg View Post
    Guessing it does as it is shown with all the various type of table pedestals. I have a similar quandry to yourself, but I want to make my table smaller and be on a telescopic pedestal so that I can drop it down level with a fixed seat so that it gives a large comfotable travelling seat for our Golden Retriever. There are plenty of slides and air sprung/ electric pedestals about but horrendously expensive.
    See what they reply with, if it takes round pedestal tube I will get one of those unless when they reply there is a reason not to, ours is just for a table either in or out. Will let you know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabsim View Post
    See what they reply with, if it takes round pedestal tube I will get one of those unless when they reply there is a reason not to, ours is just for a table either in or out. Will let you know
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