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Old 04-21-2016, 03:54 PM   #1
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What is this for?

I found this under the bed. It is 24 X 48 with two folding legs.Do you know what its for?
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I am not sure how your coach is laid out. Could it be a filler for the stairwell to keep people or kids from falling down the stairs? I had a similar piece in a previous coach.
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A pic that shows how the legs function might help.


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Do you have a dining table or benches? Could it convert the benches into a bed?
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maybe a tea table. in my coach, there is a foldable tea table from the manufacturer. when the slide is out, we put the tea table in front of the couches.
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Old 04-22-2016, 06:28 AM   #6
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No it doesn't fit there
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The two legs cant be locked in place so it is not sturdy.
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It doesn't fit the stairwell
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Old 04-22-2016, 06:41 PM   #9
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Looks like a couch pull out to make the couch in to a bed. Especially if you have an "L" shaped couch.
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Table extension ?
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Looks like a couch pull out to make the couch in to a bed. Especially if you have an "L" shaped couch.
X2 - Looks like an extension to turn a couch (or L-shaped dinette) into a bed. With the long 2x4 possibly placed in a slot just at the edge of the existing couch, the legs don't have to lock into place.
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A couple of observations , the backing, 1x3 ? , is screwed to the plywood , factory would have glue/stapled the parts together , and to the right in the picture , I see exposed particle board, not original.
Indications of major modifications by a previous owner, so probably only one person who could tell exactly what it's for .
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