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How is this table designed to work?

Post by BigWill1985 » Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:47 am

I have a 1966 Commander 38 Sportfisher, and am trying to figure out how the salon table is designed to drop down to make the bed. The table top looks like it is made to rotate and hinge somehow, but I can't figure it out! One leg of the table is anchored to the deck with an L shaped bracket. Is the table just designed to be removed altogether and just use the space on the floor?

Thanks in advance for any help!

~Will Courtier~

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Re: How is this table designed to work?

Post by BigWill1985 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:09 am

I finally figured it all out! I hadn't even realized that the bunk was hidden behind the salon seating. It's actually pretty ingenious how they engineered everything! The boat is slowly but surely getting back to her former glory. I'm hoping to have her 100% sound by next Spring.

Thank you to everyone that's messaged and posted responses to my questions. I really do appreciate all of your help!

~Will Courtier~

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