WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

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whitesik
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WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

Post by whitesik » Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:51 am

So, for all of you guys that have removed the tables to redo your interior, I would be very interested in one. I have a 710k that I am bringing back to near original configuration and unfortunately it did not come with the table or hardware. Any help, even just getting dimensions and good photos would be helpful. Thanks!
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whitesik
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Re: WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

Post by whitesik » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:15 am

I am going to bump this. I thought I had a lead on a table but that has fallen through. Any help is appreciated!

Thanks,
Keith
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Hotzenplotz
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Re: WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

Post by Hotzenplotz » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:06 am

I have built a wooden box with the size of the K-table
Made out of epoxy laminated plywood for maritime use
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Re: WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

Post by rmel » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:40 am

My top is a refab. but on the original frame. I am not sure what the material is but
looks very similar to DuPont Corian type synthetic material used for counter tops.
Comes in many colors, thicknesses, and X-Y sizes -- ain't cheap but very durable.
If you have the original frame you could go that route with a synthetic material,
using edging and cutting tools that the counter top guys use.

Well there's also Marble and Granite :P
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Re: WTB 710K Table and/or hardware

Post by whitesik » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:05 pm

Thanks both of you.
I do not have the frame/support hardware. My thoughts are to put a battery box on the left side similar to the Austrian K configuration and try to find some hardware or fab something to support the table.

Keith
75 Swiss 710K
Not so new owner but still a novice

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