Post by daisydunnagan on Jan 20, 2013 14:18:50 GMT -5
My 58 Shasta Airflyte is in need of a dinette table. When I purchased it, it appeared to have the right table with it. However while out going to the vintage rallys, we have noticed that this table is WAY to big for the dinette area. It will not fit flush in between the two dinette chairs either. If anyone has the CORRECT dimensions for this table please send them to me. If anyone has a table they are willing to part with please let me know. Thanks
In our '64 Airflyte, the table is too narrow to fit across the span between the dinette frames. Instead there are two slats that lay across the span, and the tabletop is not necessary to make it down into the bed. The wood-framed innerspring cushions are more than supportive enough with just the slats across. I still haven't solved the puzzle about what to do with the table when it is made down...maybe slide it under the rear bed cushions for the overnights...
Post by Gone Kayaking on Jan 21, 2013 22:00:11 GMT -5
I put a bracket on the outside for the table when I'm set up at a campsite. I much prefer that to having it inside unless it's raining or really cold.
Mine is 24 wide and 36 inches long. There is a little cut out on the street side to make it easier to slide out past the oven. That's on a 1500 which is 6'6" wide overall. Easy enough to cut one out of 3/4 ply and either put a piece of formica on or get some birch faced ply and give it the same finish as your walls.
Why don't you include the table thickness and the slates. So that would make it an 1-1/2" from top seat frame. That is if the table is narrow than the opening. I own an original 64' Airflyte. I will try to post the table dimensions in the next few days.