There seem to be plenty of FB members who are knowledgable on woodworking so a quick question for you before I do something catastrophic or waste money on furniture repair costs.
This is a support for our dining table's extension and it's failed on one of the spliced joints.
It's oak with an oiled finish and the extension it holds is pretty heavy (and that's without people leaning on it or being piled high with dishes).
Some closeups of the parted joint:
Is it just a matter of re-gluing the joint and clamping it or does it need something more structural like dowel rods too?
If just gluing and clamping how would you clamp it? I was thinking a bicycle inner tube or elastic bungie would help pull it together.