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Old 03-14-2008, 09:54 AM   #15
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In my Jayco 5th wheel there were 2 bedside tables that were fold down. There was a hardware mechanism that attached to the wall. When you needed a beside table you just folded up the platform next to the bed and slid it to the wall to lock it up. To fold down the table you pulled it away from the wall and it would fold down. They were very sturdy and kept the space beside the bed clear if not needed. Perhaps something like this would work for you.
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Old 03-14-2008, 07:32 PM   #16
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Paul R. Haller:
In my Jayco 5th wheel there were 2 bedside tables that were fold down. There was a hardware mechanism that attached to the wall. When you needed a beside table you just folded up the platform next to the bed and slid it to the wall to lock it up. To fold down the table you pulled it away from the wall and it would fold down. They were very sturdy and kept the space beside the bed clear if not needed. Perhaps something like this would work for you.
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those would be cool to see can you get some pics of them and post them
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Old 03-16-2008, 12:45 PM   #17
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by doughboy81972:
I know what you mean I sleep with a C-PAP machine and I am having problems finding them to even in a TT and I also travel with our dogs so I am not a fan of putting in a small portable table to put a $2000.00 machine on it and then have the dogs knock it over in the middle of the night so we are still looking I know there has to be some one out there that still puts a night stand besides the bed without having to go out and buy a custom coach just to get a nightstand </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

You know if you thought about the Canadian Made Titanium 5ers. They have one. We just bought one and they have a side table on each side of the queen bed. Wrongway-2
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Old 03-16-2008, 02:07 PM   #18
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ya I have thought about the Titanium but I just can't afford them they look like nice units and have some great reviews on them
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Our Bighorn had the Queen size bed as an option which included the night stands. With the standard king size you don't have room for them. We ordered the queen size for just that reason.
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Old 03-18-2008, 06:34 AM   #20
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I went to the Titanium web site and I love the unit 36E41 with the 3 bedrooms it would be great for our family but wow 41' 10" overall length and almost 2000 lbs pin weight and 5' front over hang but still if I had the money and a better TV I would jump on it
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Old 03-18-2008, 09:36 PM   #21
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My wife solved this issue by buying a small table made for use at a couch. It is formed metal in the shape of a sideways U, with a removable glass top. She sits it beside her at night to hold her "necessities". It weighs perhaps 3#, including the glass top. Traveling storage is quite convenient under the bed, as it will straddle a heat duct.
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Doughboy, the one on its side is not humidified. Mine is, but it has not been a problem. There is a hump in the floor of the closet which brings it up to perhaps a foot under the level of my head, and when the MH is level, that hump is level.
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:26 PM   #23
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Man I must be doing something wrong then because if I put it lower then me or put the hose lower then me I end up drowning litterly
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Perhaps you need to dial down your humidity a bit. When properly set up, you should not get any liquid in the hose or in the mask.

At least part of the hose should be below your head, so if there is any water in it, it won't end up in your mask. So the unit can be even with your head or below it, or even a little above as long as the hose dips below your head. I have it in the head board of my bed at home (above by about a foot or less) and on the raised closed floor in the RV (a foot or more below) and I have never had a problem with 'drowning'. A few times I've got water in the hose, but the noise let me know and I drained it; no more problem.

If there is water in the hose, it makes a gurgling racket, and then you can drain it before it fills the tube.
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I do usually get the humidity right the 2nd night and my girlfriend wakes me up to drain the hose the first night
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I took this thread but remember
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On a previous TT we had, the bedroom had no bedside tables but had cabinets with drawers. I got some shelving that would store in the drawers during travel. Once we arrived at our destination we would open the drawer and lay the shelving across the open drawer forming a table. It worked great.
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Our TT doesn't have tables, however the wardrobes are right next to the bed & they have drawers right below them. We just keep the top drawers empty & pull them out to use as tables.
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