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alan H 11-29-2021 10:40 AM

Looking for table/bed ideas
 
I have a “little joe” trailer
And looking for ideas on how to easily convert table to bed and vice versa
It it basically the same type of setup as a compact/compact jr or hunter
You sleep length wise ( full Queen)
I am considering a Lagun table mount… love the idea ( the price not so much lol)

And suggestions… we currently try to roll up the mattress & bedding w/bungie cords across the front of trailer to be able to use table…. Looking for ideas/suggestions etc

Steve Hague 11-29-2021 06:24 PM

stowing mattress and bedding
 
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This is how we stow our mattress topper and bedding. We sewed two sheets together on three sides to make a pocket for the memory foam topper. We then sewed a 38 x 48 piece of Sunbrella fabric (that was leftover from making our awning) to one side of the pocket opening. We also sewed channels for a draw string on each side of the Sunbrella fabric.
When we want to store our mattress topper and bedding, we fold the mattress lengthwise and roll up with compression, then cinch and tie the roll. Takes practice and a bit of patience.

alan H 11-29-2021 06:29 PM

Thanks

Anybody got any other suggestions I’m 71 and maybe time fir a change in trailers

alan H 12-02-2021 08:23 AM

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Originally Posted by alan H (Post 830788)
Thanks

Anybody got any other suggestions I’m 71 and maybe time fir a change in trailers



Still looking for some clever ideas from all of you compact/hunter/trails west owners

Rwheeler84 03-22-2022 08:44 PM

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This is how I did it. Found a guy on YouTube that did it first then adapted it for our hunter compact II.

Table unscrews from the pipe. L arm slides out of the base/stand. I lay the L arm flat under the bed. Table fills the aisle and the base is low enough to stay where it is.

Gilda 03-22-2022 11:17 PM

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Hi Alan,
You've received some good ideas already. Look up in the "Search" tab above and drop down to "Google" and type in the words "Gilda bedding". You will find many of my posts regarding bedding. Ultimately, we decided we preferred to keep the table in the "down" position and keep the bed set up all the time. The only exception might be for days of rain. Attached are some photos to get you started.


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