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Old 03-03-2015, 11:16 AM   #1
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Hey all. Have a 13 foot 1972 Boler. Thinking of takeing out the front bunk bed and seat and replacing it with a two seat dinette. Has anyone have pictures or ideas. Would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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Hey all. Have a 13 foot 1972 Boler. Thinking of takeing out the front bunk bed and seat and replacing it with a two seat dinette. Has anyone have pictures or ideas. Would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Check the uHaul threads. Lots of owners have done this.
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Hey all. Have a 13 foot 1972 Boler. Thinking of takeing out the front bunk bed and seat and replacing it with a two seat dinette. Has anyone have pictures or ideas. Would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Does your Boler have a recessed porta-potty garage in the center? I believe some early models didn't have that feature, but I'm not sure when it was added. That makes the project easier because there is a ready-made footwell.

I saw this in a unit for sale recently and thought it was very nicely done:

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I liked it because it could easily be turned back into bunks if needed. I presume the upper bunk is removed and left at home when not needed. I've also seen it left in place, with a smaller pedestal table in front.
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Jon, this is one of the most tasteful ones I have ever seen! Thanks for posting.
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Really nice look. thank you
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I did that on my boler , it made it much better , and I used the top bunk hinges on the table to fold it down and I could still have a spare bed if needed , sorry no pics , you will like it when it's done.
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