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Old 04-14-2011, 07:49 PM   #1
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How in the world.. Aerolite Cub Expandable Beds

Lovin our 2000 Cub 16 but Folding the beds in (neatly) is a challenge. Resembles 2 monkeys stuffing giant sleeping bag into small stuff sack. As well engineered as this trailer is, I have to believe that there is a "proper" procedure designed in. The owner manual is absolutely no help. Can anyone point me toward some actual documentation for the procedure. Thanks in advance!
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We have a 05' Cub...Are you trying to do it with one person or two? Yes, any owners manual is worth-less.

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Superslif.. Thanks for the back!

Superslif.. Thanks for the back. We can fold either bed fairly quickly, usually two, occasionally 1. Problem is, when we go inside, things are hanging in a big bunch. As a design engineer with OCD, it drives me frantic. I just know that somewhere there exists a plan that allows the whole thing to fold vertical, straight and true, hidden behind the drapes. Wishful thinking?? ..Ron
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In ours the rear bunk when folded up rests against the bathroom wall as in this picture (rear bunk) The front bunk when closed up has two bungy cords that criss / cross each other and hold the mattress in a vertical position. Doesn't bother us....

Once we back into our campsite, it's about 20 minutes to be fully set up, including lawn chairs, patio mat.....
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