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Old 08-07-2014, 10:01 AM   #1
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Can You Leave the Fold Out Center Double Open?

I posed a similar question on the "Interior Restoration Forum" but have had no response because I think it's in the wrong place.

I'm looking for my first Airstream and would like to know:

For those of you with rear-bath/center-double floor plans, is it or would it be that much of a pain to leave the bed out all the time?

I need a double bed and would be mostly soloing with few inside visitors, but I would need reasonably easy access to lav and bedroom storage cabinets.
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