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Old 16-02-2024, 09:22   #1
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How to lower the table…

So I am on the boat of a friend. It’s a dehler optima 98.
It has a full rotating table. And it looks like it can be lowered to turn into a bed. However we have absolutely no clue how to lower it… in the pictures you see a ring with a bolt that supports the table in its current position. If we loosen the bolt. We can lower the table to the first “half ring”. It looks like it should be able to go further, to the 2nd “half ring” but we don’t know how. It looks like the ring is in the way.. anybody knows if the table can drop lower? And if not.. what are the 2 half rings for?
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Old 19-02-2024, 04:02   #2
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Re: How to lower the table…

Why not put the question to a member of one of the Dehler Owners club/associations?

https://sailboatdata.com/association...ners-group-uk/


https://www.facebook.com/groups/1458363504458970/


https://www.facebook.com/groups/1458...58970/members/


https://forums.ybw.com/threads/dehler-owners.325956/
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Old 19-02-2024, 04:14   #3
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Re: How to lower the table…

Good advice, above.

A wild-ass guess: The upper ½ ring secures the table at “coffee [cocktail] table” height, and must be removed, to lower the table to “bunk” height.
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Old 19-02-2024, 04:55   #4
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Re: How to lower the table…

Have you read the Owner's Manual?

Table Of Contents; List Of Contents - Dehler 32 Owner's Manual

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/11...?page=3#manual


Optima 98G The seafaring Dehler cruise yacht for family crews

https://www.hanseyachtsag.com/dehler...ts/optima-98g/
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