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The next day, Friday, we started getting everything all prepped back at the shop. These pictures showed a quick solution to a problem.  When I built the table, I compensated for the slope in the garage to get a level surface.  The hanger is mostly flat so the table would not be when moved.  I was explaining to Kathy how I could not decide how best to cut the legs.  I didn’t want to disassemble the whole table if I could avoid it but could find no way around it to cut the legs down nicely. She asked why didn’t I just block up the shorter ones instead of cutting down the longer ones.  15 minutes later I had crude shims in place that can be refined as needed if needed.