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Posted on: 8/23/05 4:44 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people   Very Helpful by 2 people   
I was going to get the pvc pipe and cut it- but I
was looking around the plumbing section and saw
1 1/2" by 12" plastic tubing (already cut) so I got
4 and came home and put them on the leggs and
now my table is the perfect height. Easy and cheap
fix. 1 1/2" diameter for is perfect for these banquet tables because it fits snug and doesn't allow movement of the table. Cost-$4
Added benifit- besides saving a spine- more storage
room!!

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Mrs.Moos said...
Another idea: I have used the "bed risers" that are sold at Target, Linen-n-Things etc. under my table legs. My back doesn't hurt any more either. Only problem is, table is stationary. I think I may want an easier folding table.
8/24/05 2:30 PM
 
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