I'd like to make my countertop-height table into a standard-height table. From the floor to the bottom of the top edge of the table, it is 32-5/8". Most of the standard bottom edges are abt 25-1/8" from floor to bott. edge of table. Hence, I'd like to cut 7-1/2" from the bottom of each leg (4). What is the best way to cut these? Once we have a line around each leg where we want to cut, which saw, and which technique will help us to cut level all the way across each 3" sqare leg. We want to do this right, as we'd like to continue to use the table. Any ideas suggested. Thanks!
Tampering with furniture may not be the best idea if you do not have prior experience. You might end up with legs with unequal length and you would waste a perfectly good table. I would get an expert's advice first if I were you.
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