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Old 08-17-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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Early 90's trailers with a rear Full bed?

I am seriously looking at converting our rear twins to a single bed. I have read all the threads and have some ideas. I also have the brochures from our model year (thanks Dad!) so I have an idea what came from the factory. I actually did put a queen mattress in the back for a short while.

I would love to find someone that has a factory installed rear full bed in their early 90's trailer, like the attached floorplan. Someone that could possibly post some photos of what it looks like so I could have some guidelines.

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Old 08-17-2009, 10:51 PM   #2
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Does your unit also have a vanity like the one pictured or are your 2 beds against each wall? If there is no vanity, can you center the queen bed like in the newer 28 footers? We have a 23 CCD with a side bed. It's ok, but 2 single beds would be way easier to get in and out of (no arguments about who gets the wall!). A walk around center bed would be great too. Good luck with the reno. Be sure to post pics as you go!
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Here is what we have (attached). I have thought about the center pedestal setup but we would loose both of the small wardrobes AND the overhead storage above the side windows. The worst part would be that I would lose the outside accessible storage below the windows. I like the wall so that is not a problem and I am not the one that gets up the most at night. I will post info on the change but it might not be real soon.
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