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Old 06-18-2017, 08:26 PM   #1
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Hammock storage

My 68 came with two hammocks, both in pretty rough shape. I've had one recovered and would like to try it out this summer but am wondering if anyone knows where these are to be stored when not in use? I would think Airstream would have thought of some on board storage...

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Are you sure they came with the airstream or were they purchased aftermarket
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Old 06-19-2017, 07:02 AM   #3
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They came as optional equipment, I have found this image

http://vintageairstream.com/bunkbeds/

So maybe that's it for one of them and try to tuck the other behind the couch.
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Six people in a Caravel, this should be fun!!!
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I never knew they were an option. How do they attach to the ceiling? Interesting.
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I see how they attach from the link. Thank you for posting this.
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My 68 came with two hammocks, both in pretty rough shape. I've had one recovered and would like to try it out this summer but am wondering if anyone knows where these are to be stored when not in use? I would think Airstream would have thought of some on board storage...

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In the 73 I owned with center twin beds, when the bed mattress and the plywood beneath it was lifted there is space to store the bunk there (along with my fishing rods)

The bunks in my trailer had a wood frame with the end rail that either folded or was removable (can't remember). The side rail extended to the wall and hung in metal brackets. Those rods from above hung from above by a plate with a slot, which made the rod easily removable. I remember rolling the canvas and rails into a smaller package before stowing under the bed.
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