I delivered the table. With the Ultra flat surface of the granite I found that the table was still twisted about an 8th of an inch over its 48 inch length. With angle iron or wood, the heavy granite would even everything out, but with the 2 inch square tube it had an annoying rock. The beautiful old wood floor in the house wasn't perfectly even either, so I'm going to deliver some shims to make everything sit nicely. Right now we are using quarters, but in this case the extra $1.75 doesn't really add to the value of the table and the shims will be nicer.

When we first assembled the table we used little rubber tabs under the granite and felt pads under the legs, but it sprung around like crazy with all this squishy material. Now it is solid material everywhere, making firm contact with the floor and provides a sturdy surface.



Unknown said... July 20, 2008 at 9:11 AM  

Dood, that table looks pretty fucking awesome from the shot you posted. It looks like a page out of a furniture magazine.

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