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Old 04-16-2012, 05:40 AM   #15
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I like that Jim, "no more velcro. Everything is attached, so when you pull the bunkend door down, the material is attached". Well I just got back from a camping trip & as I mentioned above I would move the screw (new bigger screw) up as needed at the camping site. I had to move one bunk almost an 1" & it was perfectly level & the other bunk was a big surprise, actually shocking at a whopping 3 1/2" !!!!!!!!! Another problem, when I mentioned no tears, that was on the other bunk, I did not check this bunk & figured it was the same. I live on a hill, so there was no way to tell if I had sagging bunk-ends until I got to level ground. Both sides are now perfectly even & are not over tight or pulling like they were. Also the Velcro comes together without taking all of the weight. The 3 1/2 inches caused two tears, one on top left & right side about the same size as Jim's was in the picture. My main concern was the cable may of stretched so much that it may be hanging on a thread, a scary thought. After spending a long time examining every inch of the cables, I cannot find even one strand broken. I believe you are right Jim, the cable has stretched & the material has shrunk. I think I will compare both bunk-end cables & see the difference. Even with no signs of damage I think I will replace the cable when I have time. Thanks, JD

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