Fun for any family, the Linwood shuffle board would be a great addition to any game room.
Shown as a 9 ft table in Brown Maple with Asbury stain and Polymer finish on playing surface.
|Playing Surface||Outside Dimensions|
|Overall||16″W x 108″L (9 Feet)||24 ⅝”W x 120 ¾”L|
|16″W x 120″L (10 Feet)||24 ⅝”W x 132 ¾”L|
|16″W x 144″L (12 Feet)||24 ⅝”W x 156 ¾”L|
|19″W x 168″L (14 Feet)||28″W x 180 ¾”L|
|19″W x 192″L (16 Feet)||28″W x 204 ¾”L|
|19″W x 288″L (18 Feet)||28″W x 228 ¾”L|
|19″W x 240″L (20 Feet)||28″W x 252 ¾”L|
|19″W x 264″L (22 Feet)||28″W x 276 ¾”L|
Playing surfaces are made from Hard Maple wood and are 2″ thick.
|Overall||9′, 12′, 14′|
16′, or 18′
|29 ½”||30 ½”|
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Questions and answers of the customers
- Q Looking closely at the photo of product I do not see game field markings for scores. Are the fields marked and are abacus style beads available to purchase for application to the side rail? answer nowAnswered by the admin
The playing field is properly marked (you can see a better picture of it on the mission shuffle board). The Amish however do not work with abacus style beads; you would have to get a freestanding abacus scoreboard if you wanted to.
- Q I am considering the shuffle table. Is the playing field solid wood? How thick is the playing field, type of wood and finish? Please send stain samples for Quarter Sawn Oak in Tavern, Lite Asbury, Harvest, Earthtone and Almond. I am trying to compliment furnishings for our log home. Thank you. answer nowAnswered by the admin
The playing field is a solid piece of maple that is 2 1/4" thick. The playing surface will have a polymer finish and the rest of the piece will have a catalyzed varnish. If you would like stain samples sent out to you, the piece will need to be ordered or you can order stain samples on this page.