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Old 04-29-2006, 09:29 PM   #15
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The mattresses were 27" wide so the bunks must have been about 28" total width. The length was around 76" I think.
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Thanks for the measurements. That lets me know that I can make my "twin" bunk side smaller that "twin". A standard twin is around 39" wide. I was thinking of going with a 34" width, but that will just about eliminate the hallway with the double and the twin both extended. I can probably get away with 28" to 30" to leave a little bit of a walkway at night.
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Anyone else have bunkbed pictures they can post?
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Old 04-20-2007, 01:23 PM   #18
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This is a bit late- but I just made this removeable bunk bed for my '68 Tradewind:

Pic 1- shows it set up (gaucho still pulls out to a double bed)
Pic 2- shows what it looks like when stowed

I have posted more pics on my thread: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f116...-26932-13.html
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Old 04-20-2007, 01:24 PM   #19
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Thanks for the measurements. That lets me know that I can make my "twin" bunk side smaller that "twin". A standard twin is around 39" wide. I was thinking of going with a 34" width, but that will just about eliminate the hallway with the double and the twin both extended. I can probably get away with 28" to 30" to leave a little bit of a walkway at night.

Did you end up building one?
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Old 04-20-2007, 01:33 PM   #20
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Nevermind greatpumpkin- I just spotted your new arrival: OEM bunks????!!!! Congrats!!!!- Where'd you get 'em?
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Sequoia -
Those bunks look great! They blend right in to the work you've done.
I love the clear finish on the woodwork also, there's nothing better than showing off the natural grain patterns in wood.

I picked up a set of the OEM ones from a guy down in Oregon. I'm only planning on installing one, but he wouldn't split the pair up so I bought them both. I figured by the time I built my own from scratch that I would be into for around the same price.
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