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Old 08-11-2020, 09:35 AM   #1
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Default 19ERD dinette table replacement

Own a 2013 19ERD Visa (aka,Vintage Cruiser as GS changed the model name from Visa to Vintage Cruiser a few years ago). Anyways, the 2013 model has a single leg on the inboard end of the dinette table, so that is a bit wobbly. The newer Vintage Cruisers seem appears from photos to have a more sturdy leg design for the dinette table. So my thought is to replace the old table with a new one, but having issues finding them or determining capability.

1) If someone has a new Vintage Cruiser, could you please measure the table size and provide so I can see if the new tables are the same size as my 2013 table?
2) Does anyone know who may sell a new replacement GS VC 19ERD dinette table with legs?
3) Has anyone done a different replacement/fix for their 19ERD dinette table to obtain more stability while keeping the table for the bed use?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-27-2020, 03:11 PM   #2
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I had a 2017 19RBS, I assume same table. I replaced the original pedestal legs with a Snap 2 Folding Table Mechanism. You should be able to use the original table top if you remove the original brackets. We loved this change, much more stable and easier to change from table to bed.
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Old 10-14-2020, 03:21 PM   #3
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Default Table replacement for 19ERD

We updated our table legs with the Snap2 folding table mechanism in our 2016 Gulf Stream 19ERD Vintage cruiser as Mark Alan had done for his 19RBS. It fits and works great! Able to keep the original table top; good low cost solution. The original legs made it difficult to lower into the bed and the particle board underneath the table was falling apart. The screws kept coming out of the back wall that held the table intact to the wall. It is a very poor design.

No worries about the table falling out of the wall anymore and it is much more stable for our card playing events during rain/cold days.

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