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that is a great idea, I'm working with my parents on a Challenger 32 that they are re-outfitting - that would work wonders in their cabin.
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Wobbly dinette on Pearson 36 (1986)

I have a Pearson 36 (1986), the dinette table is on a pedestal and does not attach to the mast well. The major problem is that it is a pain to raise and lower, because you need to get under the table and two people need to lower the table down to the bunk to make a double bunk. I would like to improve this system and wonder if anyone has been able to fix this?

Thanks, Pemasong in Yarmouth Maine.
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