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Old 01-08-2016, 01:18 PM   #1
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Twin bed height

I am needing some help on how tall the twin bed frames are in a 72 31' Sovereign. The PO had removed mine prior to purchase. I found the width 34" and length 75" on the Forum but nothing on height. Having to build everything from scratch. Any help would be appreciated for me and others with my problem.
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Old 01-08-2016, 03:02 PM   #2
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Just went out and measured them for you:

Assuming a '72 is the same as a '75: Rear twins, mid bath:

Height: 15" with a 1" lip to keep mattress in.

Starboard side (Passenger side): 37 1/2"x 75"
Port side (Drivers side): 33 1/2" x 80"

Mattress are a bit smaller to accommodate bedding etc.
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Thanks Silver Hawk for measuring your beds, that is a great help in getting mine finished. Jim
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Cole,

Forgot to mention:
Starbord side has curved outside corner toward rear to match trailer end.
Port is straight and a bit forward of Starbord bed at head (front).

Just went out and measured them for you:

Assuming a '72 is the same as a '75: Rear twins, mid bath:

Height: 15" with a 1" lip to keep mattress in.

Starboard side (Passenger side): 37 1/2"x 75"
Port side (Drivers side): 33 1/2" x 80"

Mattress are a bit smaller to accommodate bedding etc.
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I am needing some help on how tall the twin bed frames are in a 72 31' Sovereign. The PO had removed mine prior to purchase. I found the width 34" and length 75" on the Forum but nothing on height. Having to build everything from scratch. Any help would be appreciated for me and others with my problem.
Which will afford extra storage below.
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