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Oak Street Mfg. 30" x 30" Cross Base Bar Height Table Base

Bar height cross table base; Heavy 18 gauge steel tube and cast iron; Powder coated in premium wrinkle finish; 3" labor saver column with a 30" x 30" base spread; Includes non-marring adjustable black levelers; Bar height is 42" with table top attached; 1 year warranty against defects in construction and workmanship
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labor saver column

What does "labor saver column" mean? I am hoping the table tops, pole and base separate for easy storage.
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Thanks for bringing your question to Tundra Restaurant Supply.

The term "labor saver column" refers to the "spider" or connecting piece at the top of the base. This spider section used to be separate, needing to be screwed in with a pole going up through the actual base pole. This connecting piece is now welded to the pole and does not require additional assembly.

The table top, pole and spider section, and base feet are all separate pieces and can easily be stored.
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