What I did was use 2" cam locks. I used alum ones made a big T out of alum and welded one half of each cam loc to this, then threaded the other piece to the leg. I also install a reducing T half way down the legs so that I could put a brace in with 1" camlocs. Then I fastened my 1 1/2" hardwood top to the alum T. This way I just pop open the cam locs and the legs and braces come off in know time ready for storage. The only problem I ran into was I had to replace the rubber washer inside the cam loc with hard plastic. The legs would move a bit with the rubber. Solid with plastic.