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Dinette table brackets

Does anyone know where I can find the two-piece brackets that I commonly see on dinette tables that can be converted to berths? I'm missing the two "male" pieces and would like to purchase a couple new ones.

The bracket attaches the table to the hull (or wall!) and also allows the table to be lifted out of the bracket when lowering for the berth. Anyone know what I'm talking about? I'm specifically looking for the part of the bracket that fits on the table (the male end?). I'll try to post a picture of the part I do have tomorrow.

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Stainless Steel Table Brackets

Here's both parts, male and female, SS. I had these in my boat previously, and they work fine bu I now use barrel bolts in combination with a pedestal. Just more secure.
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That's the part I'm looking for, but I only need the "male" piece. Anyone know where I can order the parts individually?
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For that price, why not just order the complete set? That way, you'll have the extra "female" parts around as spares.
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For that price, why not just order the complete set? That way, you'll have the extra "female" parts around as spares.
Actually, I did. I ordered them from Defender for $18 per set. I actually thought $18 for one set was expensive, considering what it is. Anyway, they're installed and work great so I can't complain too much.
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An extra $18.00 for two female parts, to have on hand, isn't bad.
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