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  • #19794
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    ALPER Nakri
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    Hey there. I’m looking for the measurements to build a new dining area on my 1973 31 sovereign. I greatly appreciated.

    ( similar seating setup to your 1974 overlander project or 1970 sovereign 31 )

    #19797
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    ALPER Nakri
    Participant

    Here is the space.

    #19798
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    ALPER Nakri
    Participant

    Thanks Matthew simple diagram would be helpful @matthew-hofmann

    #19800
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    Matthew Hofmann
    Keymaster

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Good news, we actually sell this exact component as a plan set. It includes all dimensions, details, and specifications. We include all part numbers and manufacturer items in order to purchase and assemble. It’s adaptable to fit in your space and makes building the dinette very easy. It includes two drawers, access panels, and a drop down table top with either manual or electric options. The design is also adaptable to either a U-shaped or standard double booth style banquette.

    The price is $250. Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll send you a link for purchase info.

    I’ve attached an image of the

    Cheers,

    Matthew

    #19806
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    ALPER Nakri
    Participant

    Thanks @matthew-hofmann i’m going to build my own. just need basic Hight, deep, length. Size of the table. coussin pillows hight.

    (And pls correct me if I’m wrong about your Forum is it for sharing information freely like air forums or is it for Hofmann to sell their products.if you guys don’t give out information that’s totally understandable its your know how at the end.)

    A.N

    its going to be same structure as the photo 🙂

    A.N

    #19809
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    Matthew Hofmann
    Keymaster

    Hey Alper,

    You’re right – a free, and open information sharing platform. If it’s a part we sell, we’re going to make it widely available for a fee. However, we offer TONS of free information, as you have probably seen on the site. SO yes, there are some parts with extensively designed information, designed to make DIY users projects much easier (And more cost effective by the way 🙂

    I am, however able to answer your basic questions regarding dimensions. We typically have a 24″ seat depth, 18″ seat height, 6″ cushion depth on both seat and back. Tabletops tend to be between 24-36″ depending on the direction.

    With that said, and as you may know, the devil is in the details. We have done extensive work/ reserarch to ensure our designs not only are beautiful, but function to the highest standard. By purchasing a plan, you obtain a component of a result of 5 years, and over 300 designs produced for clients and what we consider the BEST design solution for the need.

    Cheers,

    Matthew

    #24981
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    Taylor
    Participant

    I’d like to purchase the plans for the Banquette.

    #25072
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    Wally
    Keymaster

    Hi Taylor,
    We have put this on hold at the moment as our company is working on other projects.

    We hope to have these plans available in the future.

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