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Old 11-08-2011, 01:29 PM   #15
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Mike, I am new at this and not sure if I am doing a PM correctly. But,
ABSOLUTELY, that is wonderful news! If my PM did not go through maybe you could PM me so as to create the link.
Thank you very much INDEED!

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Don: I received your PM, The hinge will be on its way shortly. Probably UPS, I'll let you know when its coming. Mike
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Old 11-08-2011, 03:21 PM   #16
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That's wonderful but I owe you...

Mike,
Please let me know your address or I'll get it when the hinge comes so I can at least pay for the shipment! This is really great to get an original one!!!

I must give a big THANKS INDEED again to you and Mrs. CindyL . Without
CindyL, I probably would not have thought about posting this message over here, as, she mentioned more viewers here than on the Uhaulcamper website.

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Old 11-08-2011, 09:38 PM   #17
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Don, Its funny to think that a few years back, I also would have had a hinge for you. I took my bunk out and disposed of the components (a friend took the hinge, I believe). When the bunk folded down it made the seat very shallow and I wanted to have the widest possible couch area to cozy up on and read while camping.
Good luck with your remod and be sure to post photos!
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:40 PM   #18
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Great help on this forum, THANKS!!!

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Don, Its funny to think that a few years back, I also would have had a hinge for you. I took my bunk out and disposed of the components (a friend took the hinge, I believe). When the bunk folded down it made the seat very shallow and I wanted to have the widest possible couch area to cozy up on and read while camping.
Good luck with your remod and be sure to post photos!
Thanks Pam and ALL for the great info. I took CindyL's advice and posted over here and was greatly pleased with how helpful this forum has been!

To think that Mike is actually giving me his hinge is mind boggling!
I realize that the sofa seating depth will be smaller but really need the extra bunk so will have to live with that. Maybe , if I make the upper bunk foam half as thick it will create several more inches of seating depth?
Anyway, thanks again and I will try to get some pics uploaded eventually..
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Old 11-09-2011, 06:22 AM   #19
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Don, once you get the hinge (how cool is that!), please post a picture of just the hinge. It may be helpful for other U-Haul owners who are or will be looking for the same thing

Isn't paying it forward grand!?!?
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I am glad that this worked out. Someone will have to post the pix of the couch area of a CT. I am having a hard time imagining what this looks like and is constructed and why the couch is impacted. However, as I write this, I remember a ledge on our Burro that would have impeded the couch if we used it. We converted the front to a dinette and used its ledge to hold condiments .

I have yet to see a CT in person.

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Old 11-09-2011, 08:49 AM   #21
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Mike, THANKS SO VERY MUCH INDEED! I sent you a PM, I hope you got it,
as I am new at that stuff. I will try again if it does not work, but, YES, YES, YES, that is wonderful and would really help!!!
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Hi Don; The hinge is on its way. Look for it UPS on or about Tues the 15th. Loads of luck with your restoration. Don't think about cost, sometime if you choose, send a few bucks to this very helpful site. Mike
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