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Old 02-24-2008, 01:51 AM   #1
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Default Handy table for laptop etc.

I posted some photos of a Tilt-a-table in the B+ section:

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http://classbforum.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=794

For some B vans it could be useful. Particularly in those where only the passenger seat swivels.
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Old 03-13-2008, 08:26 PM   #2
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Default I'm partial to what I'm using..

(I believe I've posted some pics of the 2 laptop pedestals that I made - 1 for the R/T Van and 1 for my F150 - perhaps on another thread)

This would work as well as the portable that you've shown - if it needs to be taller, a simple "sleeve" with a cut-to-size extension would do the trick.

Swivels (as nothing is glued), can be stored (but I leave it in place), the whole thing cost less than $25 and building it gave me a couple of projects to work on.

Should something bigger be required I can set-up the R/T cloverleaf table and work out of any of the 4 chairs (in the Versatile):

http://[img]http://www.classbforum.c....jpg[/img]

here it is with the laptop mounted:

http://[img]http://www.classbforum.c....jpg[/img]

and here's the one in my truck:

http://[img]http://www.classbforum.c....jpg[/img]
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