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Re: buy or make?
Reply #2 - Apr 18th, 2004, 3:49pm
 
What you need to do is find a nice warm dry spot where it can stay put, it will not do it much good keep moving.

I assume it's only a small table unlike mine which weigh 0.75 tonne each.

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Re: buy or make?
Reply #1 - Apr 18th, 2004, 3:31pm
 
heelllooo tiffy

cant think of to much at the minuite will give it some thought

now i had the same problem when my son whent
to stay with his mum she bought him a table
and the only way round it was to leave the table
on her dinning table make a top that sits over the
top and held in place by 2 battons
luckily both tables where similar size
so with a table cloth over the top didnt look to bad
although it s 6 inches higher than normal

im sure someone will come back with other ideas
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buy or make?
Apr 18th, 2004, 2:04pm
 
My son has a snooker table which due to it's size has proved difficult to store.  We have it stood on it's side behind the sofa but it's a pain when I'm trying to clean up or the lad wants to play on it.

Does anyone have any ideas about making a simple storage case for it?  What materials should be used as it is quite heavy and is there any way we could add wheels to be able to move it around pretty easily?

Does anyone know of a website where such a project may be explained?
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