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Fischer disassembly - 05-17-2011, 02:28 PM

Does anyone have any idea how an 8' fischer pool table can be disassembled further than the legs? I looked a the underside of it and there are a million f'n screws.
  
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05-17-2011, 05:36 PM

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Does anyone have any idea how an 8' fischer pool table can be disassembled further than the legs? I looked a the underside of it and there are a million f'n screws.
What model Fischer table?
  
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05-17-2011, 09:48 PM

I do not know the model name. It is an 8' non-slate bed
  
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05-18-2011, 05:27 AM

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05-18-2011, 03:25 PM

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I do not know the model name. It is an 8' non-slate bed
Looks like that table is pre-C L Baily who now makes furniture style slate tables with the Fischer name. Best I could say is figure out which screws are holding the rails and honeycomb or particleboard bed together. That's probably as far as you can break down the table.
  
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05-18-2011, 03:51 PM

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Looks like that table is pre-C L Baily who now makes furniture style slate tables with the Fischer name. Best I could say is figure out which screws are holding the rails and honeycomb or particleboard bed together. That's probably as far as you can break down the table.
I think I may have found which screws those are. I need to break it down to get it into my basement. Tried moving it together and its just too large. It's either break it down more or sell it.
  
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Did you ever get it... - 03-14-2013, 07:40 PM

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I think I may have found which screws those are. I need to break it down to get it into my basement. Tried moving it together and its just too large. It's either break it down more or sell it.
What did you end up doing with your table? Were you able to break it down? IF so, did the rails come apart or did they come off like a "Picture Frame"? I'm moving a late 60s early 70s Duchess VII this weekend any info would be helpful.

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