Looking for rail mounted outdoor prep table

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  1. CanadianViking

    CanadianViking New Member

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    Hello all,

    I’m looking for an outdoor prep table that I can attach to the barbeque rail on my aliner classic. I know Flagstaff offers one as an accessory (which I like the design of), so I guess I could reach out to a dealer. I also found the following version online:
    https://ouioutdoors.com/product/rv-universal-folding-table/

    Does anybody have any experience with such a table? Or know of other suppliers of a similar product?

    Thank you,

    Thomas

    For reference, this is the link to the Flagstaff prep table:
    http://www.robertssales.com/images/options/prep_table_specs.jpg
     
  2. myride

    myride Well-Known Member

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    I'd make your own. It can be whatever dimensions you want, just add a rail on the back and some collapsible "L" brackets to add support on trailers side. I did this as a workaround when using my Coleman stove on my Utah and it works like a damn.....only costs were the wood,L brackets (both from Rona) and the rail (used from a trailer rebuilder)....total cost....25.00.
     
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  3. GatorChamp44

    GatorChamp44 Member

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    I wanted to do this on my 2003 Tacoma. I bought a camp stove and don't plan on bringing the camper stove anymore on trips. I like to leave the prep table inside as it serves as our primary counter space. I want to make another one for outside to leave up. When can i find the tracking to put along to wood to mount to the bracket?
     
  4. myride

    myride Well-Known Member

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    I found mine at a trailer rebuilder but I'm sure its available "new" for most RV places. Just make sure to take along the piece you have to match them up....profiles tend to vary slightly as I found out.
     
  5. MNTCamper

    MNTCamper Active Member

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    Make your own as noted. I still have my stove attached outside like usual and then I also have a 4' x 2' rail mounted table with mono fold down leg (adjustable height). I can level it under virtually any type of ground. It makes a great accessory surface and if is all under the awning when deployed. You can get the male / female rails on ebay, amazon, or at your camper place. I'm using a special composite table, so it is extremely light yet very stiff, but there are lots of options for the table itself.
     
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  6. cyndib

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    We love our table that came with our camper. Use it all the time.
     
  7. BelchFire

    BelchFire I speak fluent vise-grip

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    I searched and searched for one and couldn't find anything, so I made my own. I even searched and searched for the mating bracket on my Fleetwood and never found anything. I have access to a sheet metal brake, so I cut and broke some aluminum to the dimensions of my grill bracket. I had some leftover mahogany so I cut out a tabletop and a swinging leg to brace against the side of the p'up below the rail. Best time I've devoted to a mod yet! Holds my beer, lantern, tongs, spatula, etc right where I need it most.
     
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  8. jmkay1

    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    My old Jayco had a small outside counter that came with the camper although it was lower than the stove and too small for a prep table. I found it worthless for what I wanted. So ended up just buying a small folding adjustable table from Walmart. I agree, I would just make your own so that you can modify to whatever size will work for you.
     
  9. jnc

    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

    This sounds like a nice piece do you have any photos of it?
     
  10. BelchFire

    BelchFire I speak fluent vise-grip

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    Not at the moment, but I'll try to take one next time I get the p'up out of the shop.
     
  11. CanadianViking

    CanadianViking New Member

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    Thanks for all the responses everyone. Just wanted to follow up as I decided to go with the RV universal folding table. Ordered it through Amazon, very nice product, works exactly as needed.
     
  12. landon6062

    landon6062 Active Member

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    Yes, that is what I am hoping to do also..

    Sure wish you could provide pictures, so I could follow the instructions better : )
     

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