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Old 02-15-2011, 07:29 PM   #1
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Folding bunks

I have a 1974 25' Tradewind with the folding bunk/couch in the middle of the trailer. All of the pieces seem to be there, but it was disassembled by one of the previous owners. So far I have put it together 2 different ways, neither quite right. Does any one have any pictures of one assembled correctly? I have the owners manual, but it doesn't have a picture.
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Old 02-15-2011, 09:46 PM   #2
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I have a 1974 25' Tradewind with the folding bunk/couch in the middle of the trailer. All of the pieces seem to be there, but it was disassembled by one of the previous owners. So far I have put it together 2 different ways, neither quite right. Does any one have any pictures of one assembled correctly? I have the owners manual, but it doesn't have a picture.
Hi Baseman, This thread might help you. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f38/...eds-38234.html
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Tiger. Thank you very much! A picture is worth a thousand words. The wall brackets on mine are upside down compared to yours. If I put the big bunk bracket on like you have it, the bunk is too high on the wall side and it hits the light. If I flip them the other way the bunk can't fold down. I didn't even think about the wall bracket being installed wrong. They appear factory, but on a 74 who knows? Thanks again!
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