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    Good idea.

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    "Telespar" is one trade name for the sleeve tubing used, but there are numerous sources for the leg materials

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    Nice idea. Most likely the company that made the metal for the legs was MSMetals out of Michigan. They make the bulk of the sign post material in the United States. It will be difficult to adjust the height but in most cases, you make it for a certain height and rarely change it anyway. I would make three changes though. First, use bolts that just go thru the nuts. Second, turn the bolts around such that the head of the bolt is on the outside of each table. Finally, move the legs under the table about 3 inches from each corner. This will help to keep from bumping it with your legs. Again, nice use of materials.

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    Great Idea, here is what Ranger is talking about




    Pip Pin
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    Retaining sword pin
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    Nylon bushings - bush to hole size in strut & O.D. of pin

    JohnMTO

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    oops response

    OOOPPS space aliens got em



    Sword pin


    Nylon bushings


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