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table size in spirit 23

i have a 1979 spirit 23 it has the mounts for the table ,but alas no table ,
can some one give me the demionsions of the table and the leg please.

a good picture of the table in the up positon would be great .
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The table diamentions are, 36'' length, the 2 sections are 14'' wide and the hight is 25'' from the deck to the underside of table.
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that will help a lot , thank you !
this will fold flat against the bulkhead when not in use ?

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Yes the stowage is behind the port side wooden bulhead (obscured by the bright sun in the picture)the table is also able to be set up in the cockpit given nice weather.

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Yes the stowage is behind the port side wooden bulhead (obscured by the bright sun in the picture)the table is also able to be set up in the cockpit given nice weather.

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Do you know if NA Yachts meant for the table to be stored there or is that just where you store it? When you say behind... do you mean forward of the bulkhead (beside the porta potti?? ) or aft of it?
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My table is stored to the left of the portapotti - along the bulkhead. I think it's meant to be stored there - it's a perfect fit.
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Thanks for the pictures. I purchased my 79 in August, it came with the table, but no hinges and this is the first look I've actually had at it setup. Have either of you seen hinges like this for sale? Or at least what type of hinge they are called? Haven't been able to find them.

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hi justin ,
i bought my 79 spirit in ms.. and hauled it to la.
i dont think they are special hinges im planning on buying some
at lowes .

how wide are the legs for your table at the top and the bottom ,might as well
try to make mine the same size as everyone elses , im sure a little bit one way or the other
wont hurt on the legs
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The attach point hinges I've seen at marine stores. I would get stainless hinges for the table & legs if you can, if your near salt water.
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The standard hinges are not the best, stainless piano hinges would be better for both the table top and folding leg.
Also the standard table has no fiddles, if I were making from scratch I'd include them.

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