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Old 06-14-2007, 07:17 AM   #15
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Looking at the link Cam provided we know it is possible. Just notice the A/C is now completely blocked in under the bed and is that a furnace (white vent looking thing) I see on the right side? That means the furnace can't be run either. So this trailer could only be used in moderate temperatures....or not run either one of those appliances when the bed is made.
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Old 06-14-2007, 08:36 AM   #16
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Has anybody extended the bed on the dinette so you sleep with your feet towards on the kitchen ? It seems like it would be easier to add a little extender so the bed is longer and wider. I do not have a trailer yet, as we are still looking for one nearby .

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My Husband and I are not tiny people and he likes to sleep elbows out ok in a queen bed, not so good in a oversized twin. I tried sleeping on the gaucho Tight & Hard! so then I removed the top bunk and put a foam pad on top and coverd a foam pad to hang under the bump out on the scamp 13 so you could still use it a a couch. But after all that I didn't like the way it looked so now I leave the back (top bunk) loose, it stays in place even on bumpy roads I store the sheets & blanket behind it and at bed time I flip the back down first and put the seat cushion and banana on top and a decent wider softer bed and I kept the hardware to change back if needed

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Old 06-26-2007, 10:14 PM   #17
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Looking at the link Cam provided we know it is possible. Just notice the A/C is now completely blocked in under the bed and is that a furnace (white vent looking thing) I see on the right side? That means the furnace can't be run either. So this trailer could only be used in moderate temperatures....or not run either one of those appliances when the bed is made.
The AC is just store under the table/bed. I use it in the front window just as in a home window with a fiberglass to fill the upper part.
For the gaz furnace, you are right, we can not use it. But I have a small electric heater. I never use the AC with the heater( ). The bed on the other side is very practical and we appreciate it eaven if it take almost all the space (but during the night...)
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