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Old 07-01-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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Changing bed position in a 25' FB ocean Breeze

Help!!! My husband and I are looking at an Ocean Breeze 25' FB to replace or 22' CCD. He likes the 25' length. I prefer the 27' model because I like the bed orientation and think we should look for one of those instead. We both love the Ocean Breeze interior and awnings. Does anyone think it feasible to remove the bedroom cabinet, switch the bed position and do two new nightstands??? From the floorplans it seems there would be about 6" less space at the foot of the bed - but, enough to move around it comfortably. We would do the work ourselves. Help me see the light fellow Streamers.

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Old 07-01-2010, 10:53 PM   #2
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Hi, your trailer is backwards to mine. Talking about the 25'er you are looking at. I took a quick measurement on my trailer, [rear queen] and the bed will not fit lengthwise. So if you want a lengthwise queen bed, you will have to buy a 27'er.


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Old 07-02-2010, 12:02 AM   #3
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Our trailer is the opposite of Bob's.

I measured or 25 FB and just like Bob's the bed won't fit lengthwise.

One really nice feature on the 25 FB is that you can reach the light switch with your toe. A real handy thing on a cold winter night when you are all snuggled in.
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Old 07-03-2010, 03:03 PM   #4
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Thanks for the info. We've left our little ccd behind and will be driving home our new ocean breeze 25'. If the bed situation proves to be problematic we'll fix that on down the
road. I suppose twins would be an option or maybe separate bedrooms? If my honey has to sleep in the lounge at least he's closer to coffee duty in the AM. Will try the toe trick when the temps drop!
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You need to move up to a 27 if you want the queen bed length wise....
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