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Old 03-05-2018, 04:09 AM   #1
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25FB Serenity sleeps 6?

With the slide-out extension under the 66" Lounge/Bed it makes sense that the sleeping capacity is 6. Is it an option or standard?
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Old 03-05-2018, 04:21 AM   #2
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With the slide-out extension under the 66" Lounge/Bed it makes sense that the sleeping capacity is 6. Is it an option or standard?
The extension is standard. Hope you have small friends...
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Old 03-05-2018, 06:02 AM   #3
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The pull-out extension is missing from ours. Hmmm.

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The extension is standard. Hope you have small friends...
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What the... we don't have an extension in ours. I guess I'm going to have to make a call to the dealer, again. We bought it off the lot. And btw- we'll have two short-friends traveling with us, hahaha.
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Smile pull out extension

You have the extension, the whole platform under the cushions pulls out about 10". You need to use your finger tips to grab the lip and pull out. Makes almost a full size bed. Definitely helps if everyone gets along.
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You have the extension, the whole platform under the cushions pulls out about 10". You need to use your finger tips to grab the lip and pull out. Makes almost a full size bed. Definitely helps if everyone gets along.
I’ve removed the cushions and there isn’t any pull-out.
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Old 03-06-2018, 09:27 AM   #6
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Couch pull-out

I have 2012 International 25' FB. It definitely has the pull-out. It's not obvious as the slide hardware is hidden. Try pulling the lip toward you. It would be pretty big news if Airstream had stop making the couch convertible.

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6 for cocktails 4 for dinner sleeps 2
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6 for cocktails 4 for dinner sleeps 2
The quote I remember is "sleeps 6, lives 2" ... and we've a 27FB
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You've got it standard. Try these:

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We think our 2014 31’ Classic sleeps two as well despite a convertible dinette and stock hide a bed sofa. The bathroom sets the stage for us.
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Old 03-11-2018, 06:55 AM   #12
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The quote I remember is "sleeps 6, lives 2" ... and we've a 27FB
Yes, true. I wasn't pulling hard enough- the slide-out was there. We were afraid of breaking something so we didn't give it that extra yank! Funny. Thanks for the insight.
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I have 2012 International 25' FB. It definitely has the pull-out. It's not obvious as the slide hardware is hidden. Try pulling the lip toward you. It would be pretty big news if Airstream had stop making the couch convertible.

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I wasn't pulling hard enough- the slide-out was there. We were afraid of breaking something so we didn't give it that extra yank! Funny. Thanks for the insight.
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Old 03-11-2018, 07:05 AM   #14
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You have the extension, the whole platform under the cushions pulls out about 10". You need to use your finger tips to grab the lip and pull out. Makes almost a full size bed. Definitely helps if everyone gets along.
I'll admit I feel a little foolish except none of this was shown to us at the walk-thru and demonstration. Why we didn't push them to show us exactly how during the demonstrate is beyond me now. Both of the dinette beds were simply pointed to and we were told that we need to play with it, it's really easy- just grab the table tilt it up and it goes down- all the cushions form the mattress. Oh, and over there- that that's a bed too.

Thanks for your input- I appreciate your response!
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2020 25FB Side Couch Pull-out

We've pulled, yanked and scrutinized it up and down with a flashlight, but on our 2020 International Serenity 25FBQ we can not get the platform under the side couch to pull out. Can anyone confirm if this feature was eliminated for the 2020 25FBQ? Thanks!
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We've pulled, yanked and scrutinized it up and down with a flashlight, but on our 2020 International Serenity 25FBQ we can not get the platform under the side couch to pull out. Can anyone confirm if this feature was eliminated for the 2020 25FBQ? Thanks!
We have the same model, different year. I open the cabinet underneath, then pull from below. You get a better grip than trying to pull from the top. They wouldn't eliminate this feature, it's crucial to the sleeping capacity.
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We have the same model, different year. I open the cabinet underneath, then pull from below. You get a better grip than trying to pull from the top. They wouldn't eliminate this feature, it's crucial to the sleeping capacity.
Thanks for that tip! It slid right out when I pulled from the bottom. I feel pretty dumb!
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Thanks for that tip! It slid right out when I pulled from the bottom. I feel pretty dumb!
Glad I could help! Don't feel dumb, it's all a learning curve
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