Here is our table that fits to
the side of the camper. I canít take the credit for this idea as our
original Dingo camper (yes, from the talkative man in Dandenong) had
something similar fitted to it. When we sold the Dingo and purchased our
Sturt the table was the item we missed the most. The table on the Dingo
sat on a flat shelf and was held in place with a wing-nut. The Sturt has
no such shelf so it was a case of adapting another system.
A couple of
gate hinges, one half bolted to the camper, the other half bolted to the
table solved that problem.
The table top
has been cut from a sheet of melamine. I have cut a cavity to take the
sink and used a curtain rail support to locate the leg which is just a
cut-down adjustable tent pole. I glued a couple of timber strips to the
bottom of the table then glued another slightly wider strip on top of
those, this provided a lipped support for the plastic cutlery drawer.
The table slips onto the hinges (I drop a spacer between the 2 hinges to
stop the table sliding off), the leg is fitted, cutlery drawer fitted
and the sink drops into place to provide a nice kitchen area
thanks to Des for sharing this