Bunk Beds for Trillium 4500 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 09-14-2011, 06:41 PM   #1
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Bunk Beds for Trillium 4500

I would like to puchase a bunk bed set up for my 4500 trillium, but would appreciate photos of how it is installed in case I have to rig up my own system.Thanks
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Old 09-14-2011, 09:56 PM   #2
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Here is a look from the underside
The bed is hinged on the wall and another section tucks under when set up as a bench.
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:42 PM   #3
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Here is a look from the underside
The bed is hinged on the wall and another section tucks under when set up as a bench.
Thanks Chris.
That looks pretty simple to make myself I was looking around for pictures of original bunk construction but theres not many pics out there.
Is there a piano hinge fastened to the wood directly below the window?
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Thanks Chris.
That looks pretty simple to make myself I was looking around for pictures of original bunk construction but theres not many pics out there.
Is there a piano hinge fastened to the wood directly below the window?
Thanks Justin
Yes Here is a better picture
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If you need to have the top cushion fold slightly to fit rounded corners, see this pic: Top Cushion Picture
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:23 PM   #6
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Yes Here is a better picture
Thanks guys are the supports just plain shower curtain rods?
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:32 PM   #7
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Thanks guys are the supports just plain shower curtain rods?
Hey:


I am selling/ trading/ trying to get rid of the front bunk from my 1973 Boler, ...not sure what you need or if they will fit, (which in my opinion everything "fits" with a little adjustment)


but if you need any of the stuff from this thread, make me an offer and we figure something out,

here's the stuff I have:



I am looking for an indoor stove, or a two way fridge, .....which i know is not a fair trade, so like I said maybe we can work something out...........


let me know what your thought are, ......
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Hey:


I am selling/ trading/ trying to get rid of the front bunk from my 1973 Boler, ...not sure what you need or if they will fit, (which in my opinion everything "fits" with a little adjustment)


but if you need any of the stuff from this thread, make me an offer and we figure something out,

here's the stuff I have:



I am looking for an indoor stove, or a two way fridge, .....which i know is not a fair trade, so like I said maybe we can work something out...........


let me know what your thought are, ......
Thanks Paul.
Now I see the way the bunk goes together I think I will just build my own.
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yeah might be best building it, ........but that is all that is too it, ...........less than what i thought
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