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Old 04-03-2011, 03:51 PM   #1
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I have a couple of questions regarding the TrailManor 2720SL.

1. What is that bar across the floor in front of the couch? How high does it stick up?

2. Has anyone found a table that works well in front of the couch to make into a dinette-like set up?

Thank you for your considerations of my inquiry.

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Old 04-03-2011, 07:14 PM   #2
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I have a couple of questions regarding the TrailManor 2720SL.

1. What is that bar across the floor in front of the couch? How high does it stick up?

2. Has anyone found a table that works well in front of the couch to make into a dinette-like set up?

Thank you for your considerations of my inquiry.

Jay
1. I don't recall a bar on our 2720SL, the slide is raised above the floor and the edge has a trim piece on it.

2. Ours came with two folding tables attached to the slide walls; there is an insert like a table leaf that lets you have a table from one side to the other in front of the couch. We use one table and turn the chair around for meals inside.
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Old 04-03-2011, 07:49 PM   #3
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1. I don't recall a bar on our 2720SL, the slide is raised above the floor and the edge has a trim piece on it.

2. Ours came with two folding tables attached to the slide walls; there is an insert like a table leaf that lets you have a table from one side to the other in front of the couch. We use one table and turn the chair around for meals inside.
Same response as ScrubJaysNest. I'm not sure what bar you are referring to. Also, there are two tables, one with an extension that pretty much can become one very big table across the entire couch. We also turn the chair and use that for our third chair. When my son brought a friend, we just added a camp chair.
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That's not a bar, that is actually where the seal is for the slide. There is a slight step up for the floor. I have carpet on my floor, so the difference in height is more apparent. Also, looks like the standard tables are on each side of the picture.
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If you are looking for a bigger table, they have them at Camping World. There are a couple of roll up tables that you could stow under your couch. You would need to decide which one is the right size for your RV.
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Also, don't forget that there is a leaf for the table on the left (unless it's been lost). So between the two tables, you can have table space as long as the couch. Also, we use a camping table over by the fridge for our laptop and electronics. We're going to add a folding table there as well.
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These are the two tables from Camping World:

32" Square Roll Up Table
Compact Expandable Table (27" or 48" wide)

We have the early version of the second one. It looks like it has been improved to allow it to be either 1/2 sized or full sized. We really like this one because we can easily use it as an outside table which is very nice when the whole club shows up at an away match...
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Looks just like ours, two tables, one attached to either wall, white trim that holds the seal for the bottom of the slide. We have an 35 year old wooden roll up table that we use out side in addition to two aluminum tables like a TV table from years gone by
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