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Folding Tripod
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Folding Tripod is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Folding Tripod

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Item No. 78532
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Heng’s aluminum Porta-Leggs, quickly converts most RV tables into an outdoor table.

Simply remove your table and post from the support cup in the RV's floor and insert it in the folding tripod base. The tripod base folds up to 4''x 16", and weighs only 2.5 lbs.

Legs and other accessories sold separately.
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Unit Weight 5.00 lb
Brand Heng's Industries
MFG Part No. HG-TL
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good idea, bad design. I love the idea of this so that I can use the tables I have for indoors. However, the table leg insets into the tripod but doesn’t click in or screw in. It just fits sort of snugly in. Which means if someone leans on one side of the table it just falls over. The leg doesn’t secure down inside the tripod. That’s a major flaw.
Date published: 2021-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tripod does the job with some modifications This is a stable base for a table which I like with a few caveats. It will allow me to use a table both inside my trailer and out under the awning. That is the good. The not so great, first the legs fold together making it easy to store but requiring an educated toe to get it to spread. The cure for that is a foam rubber piece in the center that allows it to fold but not tangle. Secondly, remember your table likely uses a post that is in the floor but if you use that post in the tripod it is now 2.5 inches taller. So your normal 29+ inch table height becomes 32". I purchased a 27.5 inch leg but it was still too tall, so took it to an auto body shop and had it shortened. Overall it is a neat device but could use some re-engineering. It creates a very stable base for my 24 inch round table.
Date published: 2019-11-20
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