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Old 11-29-2010, 05:04 PM   #1
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RB50 Question

Looking at some RB50's that have the cabinet on the side door. Does the bed fold down with the cabinet in place and the door closed? Looks pretty tight.

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Old 11-29-2010, 05:30 PM   #2
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Yes. When down flat, the couch (gaucho) goes right up to the side door cabinet.
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:22 PM   #4
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Looking at some RB50's that have the cabinet on the side door. Does the bed fold down with the cabinet in place and the door closed? Looks pretty tight.

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It's a tight enough fit that I have to open the door to make the bed.

In addition, with the bed down on my 2005 RB-50, the door for the under sink cabinet can't be opened. You have to lift the bed a little to get it open, so I only store low use items there.

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In addition, with the bed down on my 2005 RB-50, the door for the under sink cabinet can't be opened. You have to lift the bed a little to get it open, so I only store low use items there.
That's true on an EB 50 too- the bed lines up on that cabinet the same way.

Also the door pantry releases from the back end and swings towards the front of the van. If you need room to make the bed or don't like your feet/arms hitting it, you can just release the back catch and swing it out of the way.
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