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Old 11-08-2015, 11:50 AM   #15
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Name: Josh & Sonya
Trailer: '97 Casita SD 17; 03 Bigfoot 25RQ
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Thanks to all who chimed in

Hi All,

Just wanted to thank all of you who chipped in advice about how to convert the front seating area of our Bigfoot 25RQ into a sleeping area. Once I followed the advice (flip front leg up, lift front end of table up a little, watch flat "prongs" drop out of wall-mounted matching-shaped clips, the table just slips/flips down and lands in the supports for the bed).

I think Borrego Dave and Deadhead347 had it right on. Nothing broke, bed was comfortable (I slept on it), and now I feel like a pro.

Got another question now, but I'm going to start a new topic.

Thanks again.

Josh
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