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Old 07-19-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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Goucho couch installation

I have a 1974 Overlander. The interior is in good condition, but the previous owner had removed the goucho sofa/bed. I purchased a Goucho sofa frame, but it now needs to be installed. It is simply the pull-out frame with the three openings for storage boxes. I am going to have custom cushions made for it, and I was able to obtain a diagram of how the cushions should be done. What I need help with is finding out how to properly install it. Does anyone have any information or experience with this? I am supernew at this Forum, so I'm not sure if I've posted enough information, and I don't really know how to post a picture - any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 07-19-2014, 07:07 PM   #2
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Terry, if you asking about installing the cushions, I can't tell you but if you asking about installing the gaucho to the floor I believe I can help with that. My couch has been removed by the PO. I bought a new couch and located the holes in the floor where the previous couch has been screwed to the floor. I used lag bolts on mine and everything lined up perfectly on the floor. As I located a hole, I stuck a piece of wire in the hole to measure where the next one should be. Hope this helps.

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Thank you Jim for your comment. At the moment all I have is an aluminum/wood frame and I am trying to get information on how to attach it to the back (or front I guess) wall of the the inside of the trailer and also secure it to the floor. The floor isn't a problem, that's pretty straight-forward. Then I will have cushions made. I am just not sure how the back of the goucho/sofa/bed unit is attached to the trailer.
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Hopefully someone with that arrangement will reply. Best wishes for a successful install.
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