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Old 05-09-2016, 12:30 PM   #1
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Rear Twin Beds

I'm looking for a set of rear twin bed frames. I bought a 31' Excella with a rear bedroom without frames. Any help or direction would be appreciated.
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Old 05-09-2016, 08:44 PM   #2
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I wouldn't call what we have as frames. There is a front facade that has three roll-up doors with bins inside. Then there are about five aluminum rectangular slats that bridge between the wall and the front facade. Two are hinged so that the plywood top can be lifted to allow access.

I hope this helps.
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My 87 Sovereign has the same things as sgschwend has.
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Thank you! The picture helps. I do have the front piece but no aluminum cross members which I can pick up at my local metal supply.

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The fronts are easily constructed with a little sanded plywood. Use the the same plywood to make the cross members instead of aluminum.

Make slab doors hinged on the bottom and lay on the floor in the open position.

The new trailers are all plywood and fiberboard.


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The bed in the picture I stretched to make it a full width twin, the other side is the 34" wide AS size.

The make mattresses now with inner springs, we purchased two and will open up the sewn seam and change the shape to a curve. The inner springs make this possible since they are not connected to the adjacent springs.
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