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08-20-2019, 08:15 AM

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Originally Posted by realkingcobra View Post
I've seen the Rasson 9ft, the newest one, and the leveling system is only useful when setting the table up, not after it's been fully assembled. And since you like to point out things, then on the same table, point out that the rail design is a disaster, and after about 3-5 recoveries you're going to be screwed recovering the rails.
I haven't seen one of these yet, so I can't comment on the design.

The intended design of this leveling system is to allow for adjustments throughout the life of the table. Whether it works in practice, I don't know. But, that is the intent, according to the company's literature.


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