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Old 11-17-2017, 08:24 AM   #31
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Wow, thanks for the pics!!! You have completely solved my conundrum on how to set up an adjustable platform bed.

Nice work btw

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Old 12-07-2017, 09:55 AM   #32
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Wow, thanks for the pics!!! You have completely solved my conundrum on how to set up an adjustable platform bed.

Nice work btw

Thanks!

Also note that Matt (formally of CCV, but now on his own) is getting his company off the ground and has posted a few photos. Looks like he used a steel beam to get a straight bar for a similarly adjustable bed but without as much storage as I built in (a totally reasonable choice).

See attached photo or his current facebook page or on his public web page:
https://www.facebook.com/avcrig/
http://www.avcrig.com/
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Hopefully the best trips start with minimal planning ó because Iím taking my retired dad on a road trip through the southwest in December. Itíll just be the two of us and we havenít camped together since I was about 11yr old.

This means I need that second bed to be working. I wonít have time to make the carpet match and all that but putting in a ďtailgateĒ extension that pops into place over the crew seat was pretty easy (as planned). Itís cozy but for winter camping I think itíll be better than asking him to sleep in a tent or climb up into the poptop.

Like this the bed is 6í6Ē plus space at the back windows by 42Ē. We have an air mattress that fits in there.

The tailgate flips up and rests back out of the way when we are driving.
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