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Old 05-28-2020, 07:56 AM   #1
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Winnebago Vista table between driver and passenger seat solution

Coronavirus boredom project ...

Using a solid surface countertop kitchen sink cutout, I fashioned a table to go between my driver and passenger seat on my Vista. Folds flat when not being used.

Winnebago sells the cutouts at their outlet store they run during GNR each year for $ 3 each. That's where I got the top.

Amazon sells the folding front legs in packs of 4 for $ 14. The right length for my 2015 Vista doghouse height. Bitbpse Folding Legs for Small Table

Camping World quick-fold plastic table used for the back legs.

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Old 05-28-2020, 12:47 PM   #2
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Nice job on that.. Is that a split foam noodle covering your windshield wipers ? I have never seen that before.
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Looks great and very functional! Thanks for the inspiration!
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Old 05-28-2020, 02:25 PM   #4
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Nice job on that.. Is that a split foam noodle covering your windshield wipers ? I have never seen that before.
Yes - just cut up and split 99 cent Wal-mart Pool Noodle. Seems to help keep the wiper blades cleaner when parked for long periods.
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Thanks, that is on my list for sure, I park under oak trees at the house, driving me crazy cleaning off the wipers every day.
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Old 06-04-2020, 10:30 AM   #6
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Wiper blade protection

I use the same idea to protect my wipers on my Suncruiser. I found the foam pipe wrap tubes with a split lengthwise to be particularly effective. Stops the crud buildup on the glass and keeps the rubber wiper out of the weather and UV. 1 six foot unit does the 2 three foot wipers( at $42.00 plus ea., you don't want to be replacing them often!!) Nice table!
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Very Nice! Is it stable? So the cocktails won't spill?

And where do you put it when underway?
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When underway I lean it against the wall between the bed and the wall underneath the wardrobe slide in the bedroom.
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