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Old 01-17-2020, 09:41 PM   #1
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We have a 2016 30ft Classic our table/bed fits a 55 person. Would like recommendations on how everyone sleeps company/ a couple that would not fit on that space. We know we could use the couch for 1 person but what about the other 😁 Thanks.
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Well we ripped out a bench and made a custom seating /sleeping arrangement in our 30....


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We have a 2016 30ft Classic our table/bed fits a 5’5” person. Would like recommendations on how everyone sleeps company/ a couple that would not fit on that space. We know we could use the couch for 1 person but what about the other �� Thanks.
After noting that more recent models of the 30 Classic have removable back cushions, we carefully used an exact knife to separate the cushions from the seat-back on our 2016 30’ Classic. Didn’t take much effort and now we have a longer bed over the table area.
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We have one very simple rule to deal with this...

6 for Cocktails
4 for Dinner
2 for Bed
0 Problems!

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Since I replaced the jackknife sofa with recliners, that gives two more full length sleeping positions. I have personally demonstrated that they are comfortable enough to sleep in.

But I prefer the 6-4-2-0 rule.

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We had some life-long friends go glamping with us last spring. The husband is 6'4" and 240 lbs. We got a heavy-duty folding cot from Cabela's and put that beside the jackknife sofa. It worked very well and was comfortable for him and the wife slept on the sofa. The only hassle was we had to fold the cot up each morning. Here is the link to the cot https://www.cabelas.com/catalog/prod...16169dcec737db
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