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Old 03-05-2014, 03:06 PM   #1
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You know those beds that slide up, like an adjustable bed?

When they are in the upright position how much floor space is saved and is there still under bed storage?
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When they are in the upright position how much floor space is saved and is there still under bed storage?
I'm not sure my answer will apply to ALL the "adjustable" beds out there, but in my signature coach the answers are: about 12 inches, and NO.

There is no "usable" space under the bed for anything except the mechanism and the air filter inlet to the basement A/C. However, it does widen the otherwise narrow aisle access to the rear bath when the bed slide is extended, without extending the FWS on the opposite side. Hope I haven't confused you.
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I'm not sure my answer will apply to ALL the "adjustable" beds out there, but in my signature coach the answers are: about 12 inches, and NO.

There is no "usable" space under the bed for anything except the mechanism and the air filter inlet to the basement A/C. However, it does widen the otherwise narrow aisle access to the rear bath when the bed slide is extended, without extending the FWS on the opposite side. Hope I haven't confused you.
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