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Old 01-16-2013
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Re: General discussion

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I am about to get going with remaking the port side slider fo under the settee berth. I am guessing that there is some kind of fold down leg under the aft end of the slider. Can anybody take a couple of pictures, esp pictures with a tape measure in them? MarioG?

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Wish we could help, but ours also had no leg for that corner, or at least we have not found one in the boat yet. We used that for a berth before we redid...



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If I remember right we used a couple large fruit cans on top of each other and a couple magazines . We aren't at the boat, so no measurements. Post some pictures after you make something,

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Re: General discussion

In part I am being stupid, trying to engineer a leg from memory. I should just sit in the boat for ten minutes and figure it out.
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My next question:

The sliding bunk mechanism on my port side settee is long since removed. I'd like to put it back. Any E32 owners able to post a few pics of a working installation?

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Hey Ritchard - here are some pics of the port settee / slider support from my boat....it's a piece of shower curtain rod 15" long:



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Re: General discussion

Thanks Andy,

That's really simple. I would have sworn that there would have been some kind of fold-down leg. On my boat ('79) the moulding of the settee part of the liner has a depression under what would be the aft end of the slider. The depression is squarish, from the front to the back of the settee, and about maybe 14, 15 inches wide? I think it's about 3/4 inches deep, just enough depth to put a fold down leg underneath.

Sometimes my detective work is flawed. But by gosh, I may just do it anyhow. I already have to find space for two table legs, a removable leg for the settee slider is just one too many.

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Re: General discussion

I think the slider leg setup on my boat is the way it came from the factory, but the leg has obviously been replaced....it is literally a piece of shower curtain rod that has been cut to fit. I store it in a winch holder on the engine compartment so it is out of the way but doesn't get lost.



For table legs, can you stow them on the bulkhead over the folded table?

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Re: General discussion

Andy,

You have a much nicer table than mine. Gorgeous wood. I hope to replace my rather pedestrian, formica-topped table with a nice teak one this summer. My table legs are much like the leg on your settee, pretty heavy stainless tube legs with a flange on top. There are corresponding holes in the bottom surfaces on each leaf of the table. These two legs are what I am trying to find a home for. Right now they take up a lot of space on the shelf above the settee on the stbd side. If yours are factory, they are two years newer, and obviously a little more elegant.
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Sorry I couldn't post pictures but webshots shut down not long after my aircard died and getting the 2 worked out almost lead to the computer just going overboard.
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No worries, Mario, Is your more like Andy's, or more like I h=am trying to describe?
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Ritchard, I just have to say those pancakes look very tasty @ 0545!
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We aim to please, Awahl.

Perhaps I'll switch to a slice of Pizza by dinnertime.
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