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Product DescriptionThis unique table pedestal is strong, attractive, and one of the most stable systems available. A 3-blade twist-lock mechanism locks the anodized aluminum leg to the floor base for an extra-sure, stable attachment. The patented surface-mount floor base does not require drilling a hole into the floor and stands only 1/2" off the deck when installed. Complete system includes powder-coated aluminum table mount, 25-1/2" pedestal, 7" stainless-steel floor base, and plastic base cap.
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Q:It looks like the base has to be screwed into the deck and is permanently attached. Is this accurate?Asked on 6/21/2012 by Bill from Temecula, CA boat at Newport Beach
A:You are correctAnswered on 10/2/2012 by Justin from Overton's
Q:How much weight will this leg system support?Asked on 7/6/2009 by Mark from Kokomo, Indiana
A:It will not hold a person like a pedestal would but you can attach a table top to it and set food and drinks on top. It is not going to hold excessive weight though. We have not been given a specific max weight because it would also depend on how heavy a table top you attach to this leg. A wooden top may weigh more than a plastic top, and also the wider the top is you may need two legs to hold it up. If I had to make an educated guess though about the max weight, and that is strictly what it would be, I would say about 50-60 pounds.Answered on 2/8/2010 by Justin from Overton's
Q:We just purchased a pontoon boat with this table and leg system and the base will not lock down on the deck. The plastic collar is locked and will not screw down. It will not turn the counter clockwise as instructions state on the leg. What do we do to get this to lock down properly?Asked on 5/15/2009 by Judy
A:Judy - The black collar can be loosened by turning it counter clockwise. This will expose the metal "teeth" at the bottom of the pedestal. These teeth fit into the base that is mounted on floor and then you turn the pedestal clockwise to get it to lock into the base plate. The teeth of the pedestal will counter sink below the teeth of the base plate. It should turn about 1/4 turn and you will feel it lock in. Once the pedestal is locked to the base plate then you turn the black collar clockwise until it is tight to the base plate. The black collar prevents the pedestal and the base from coming unlocked and adds stability to the pedestal system.Answered on 5/19/2009 by merchandiser from Overtons
A:Adding to the other answer. I have this leg system on my pontoon boat. To help in locking the leg to the base plate, wiggle it back and forth as you are turning it. It helps to move it into the locked position. Helps when removing it also. The blk collar you refered to is probably just stuck. Muscle up on it. This is as good of leg system as is out there however, doesn't work to well with just one leg. I modified mine and added a second leg and it is way better,Answered on 7/20/2009 by 10-4 Bob from Colfax, CA
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