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threecardmonte
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Not sure where to post this but since a fair amount of Children workers have this, I thought I'd ask you.

I'd like to purchase a Large Lefler Suitcase Table, but not sure of the dimensions and I want to make sure it'll hold my props.

I found these dimensions online...
closed-24x24x12, open-24x38x14

But I am not sure if that is the inside, or the outside. I assume outside, but want to make sure.

Thanks in advance,
Tim
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You can call Lefler, his companies contact info and number is here: http://www.wearefun.com/contact.php
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Hi Tim.
Over the years I've had many rolon suite case to table.
The Lefler is quite heavy about 35 lbs empty.I gave mine to a friend and bought the first Tony Clark's model which was much lighter than the Lefler's make.
I've just ordered the new and lighter model from Tony, which is made from ABS material. The total weigh is less than 20 lbs.
Mine was custom made for my height, and should weigh much less than 17 to 18 lbs.
I should receive it sometime this week.

Tricky Ricky
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Yes, those are outside dimensions of the large Lefler table.

11.0" x 21.5" x 17.0" is the inside, with the movable shelf set fairly high. This does not include the room above the movable and the permanent shelf.

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Thanks everybody for the quick response.

Ricky, I'm aware of the weight issue with the lefler table. I'm going to build my own but it won't be done for a few months and I need something to get me by for now. I didn't know about the Tony Clark table, I'll have to check it out.

Donald, thanks for taking the time to measure it for me. I appreciate it.

Tim
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Weight isn't a bad thing for these tables really. It makes them sturdy. I've used mine for years and toss it around, wheel it around, lean on it, push it around and it stays in great shape.

It's not too heavy and once it's on the wheels you can just push it.

They're great. I ship them for free in the US.
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On 2008-01-29 12:31, Frank Starsini wrote:
Weight isn't a bad thing for these tables really. It makes them sturdy. I've used mine for years and toss it around, wheel it around, lean on it, push it around and it stays in great shape.

It's not too heavy and once it's on the wheels you can just push it.

They're great. I ship them for free in the US.

Hi Frank.
You are quite right about the pushing. It is the lifting up and down the stairs that kills me.
I have a slight torn (supraspinatus tendon) in my right shoulder caused from lifting my box. Years of wear and tear.
Tricky Ricky
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You're welcome, Tim. I just happened to have my Su-Table and a yardstick within 5' of my computer.

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On 2008-01-29 15:31, Richard Lyn wrote:
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On 2008-01-29 12:31, Frank Starsini wrote:
Weight isn't a bad thing for these tables really. It makes them sturdy. I've used mine for years and toss it around, wheel it around, lean on it, push it around and it stays in great shape.

It's not too heavy and once it's on the wheels you can just push it.

They're great. I ship them for free in the US.

Hi Frank.
You are quite right about the pushing. It is the lifting up and down the stairs that kills me.
I have a slight torn (supraspinatus tendon) in my right shoulder caused from lifting my box. Years of wear and tear.
Tricky Ricky



Maybe it's time to start performing a facks plat, blays pig show!!!

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I think I was reading about you in the bathroom the other day. In a kid's show book.
True?
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