WW2 folding table

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Re: WW2 folding table

Post by RLConrad » Mon Aug 07, 2017 7:55 pm

I just finished building a folding table using the plans I found on Facebook. Does anyone know a source for the web straps that secure the legs when folded? Or would someone provide the dimensions for the straps?
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Re: WW2 folding table

Post by Tapper02 » Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:09 pm

Check your PMs.
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1944 AUTOCAR M15A1 (M16A1) HALF-TRACK:
(Being restored to an M3A1 configuration)
SERIAL NUMBER M-15 A 1, 1356
MODEL M-16 A 1, ORD. SERIAL NUMBER 1106

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Re: WW2 folding table

Post by battlebaby3 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:22 am

One of my squad members build 2 extra WW II folding tables. He did a excellent job on them. We had them for sale at our Remagen event . He has 2 for sale here in Western PA. 90.00 each. I can give you his phone number if needing it.

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