We have a saloon
table on our Beneteau
that causes no end of problem for us. The table is supported by two legs made of aluminium which fit into metal sleeves for want of a better word top and bottom. There are two heights of legs. They constantly jam in especially when the short legs are used for the saloon
berth to be utilised after the weight of a couple of folk sleeping on them.
The only option we have found so far for changing the legs is hard bashing with a mallet and a thick reader digest tome to protect the legs and table top as best we can. Tried lanoline, grease etc and filing the legs to a less fitting taper. All to no avail.
Has anyone else had these issues? If so do you have a fix?
Or maybe we need to change the whole support system and if so has anyone got any good ideas. Preferably the easier and more cost effective the better.
Thanks in advance, Clare