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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-10-2011, 10:18
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Took it out of my dethleffs globevan and use a overbed table for the 2 of us.It swivels down and easy to store.
Used the fixings from table and created a lounger with a shorter piece of chipboard.The original table created a 3rd berth when dropped to low level.A lot better more room.
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On one I821 Elegance we looked at the table had been converted into a drop leaf style. I was thinking of doing the same with ours but the sliding rails underneath if left in place wouldn't give us that much moor room anyway. We have took it out altogether and put it in the garage at home. What a difference it's made.

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We took the table out of the Solano the day we bought it and only put it back in when it was sold.
We used a Cafe table top on a pedestal which just got moved around to where we wanted it.

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Our table is removable but is needed to make up the extra bed so is very substantial

first thing we did was to buy a length of the clip on edge and make a light table that is easy to move in and out

I like my space to be free

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Hi - first time using this forum but need some help. We want to remove the table out of our 2015 Burstner Elegance i810 but having removed the table top and the screws out of the base, it still does not more! Is it 'stuck down' with some sort of industrial glue? Or is it screwed from underneath the double floor? We've looked underneath the motorhome and can't see any outside screws. So, if anyone can help us it really would be appreciated 😬
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We have a Burstner Solano which we love but it would be nice to be able to remove the (fixed) table sometimes to give us more room.
Has anyone ever had a go at this?
i have a burstner ixeo time it 585 with fixed table, took table out and carry a smaller foldable table in wardrobe for meals loads more space and lot less weight to carry in van, best thing i ever done, made slats to make extra bed for when family join us, table was to unsteady for bed so we made our own version worked a treat.
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I have just placed a deposit on an Ixeo Time Sovereign 745 which has a half dinette and a huge table.

It does not appear to be difficult to remove the table as it is not screwed to the floor.

Does anyone have pictures and/or links to suitable replacements?

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Took our table out for a season but missed the extra space and put it back in.

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I've just removed the monster table and its runner tracks from my van and have replaced it with one consisting of a fold up base https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pair-of-c...53.m1438.l2649
and a top from these people https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/600mm-x-6...53.m1438.l2649

I didn't use the actual top shown in that link but they will make one to any size you ask for, in a colour to suit your preference from their selection, I found them to be very helpful and efficient, product was good as well.
The fold up leg assembly seems very flimsy until you have secured the top and then it is rock steady.

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I removed our overlarge table top and fitted a smaller one. It is used as a bed support so could not be removed completely. I hinged a section at one end to create more space during the day.
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