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Old 06-04-2007, 07:23 PM   #1
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I am looking for the haqrdware to convert a standard rear queen bed in my fleetwood toy hauler to an electric bed. If anyone has done this or can help me out with some pointers I will be glad to know. I saw this hardware posted on one of these forums but can't find it anymore.
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I am looking for the haqrdware to convert a standard rear queen bed in my fleetwood toy hauler to an electric bed. If anyone has done this or can help me out with some pointers I will be glad to know. I saw this hardware posted on one of these forums but can't find it anymore.
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Old 06-04-2007, 10:02 PM   #3
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I researched this about a year ago....The local shop said only way is go through the factory....I called the WW factory....it was about 3000 for the upgrade....I told them that was crazy....they said they have to basically re-support the side walls in the back of the trailer to handle the additional weight of the electric bunk setup. I can't imagine it is that difficult...but it is harder than just mounting the new hardware and running some wiring....so I have a single bunk and I am happy with that.

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it would be interesting to know the weight difference between two otherwise identical 'haulers, one with the eletric bed and one with just the standard pulldown, ...
since this weight is right on or behind the axles it might really effect the number of bikes that can be carried with the allowable weight,
i mean a $3000 option has gotta be some kind of weight

and yes that did give me a headache wondering that
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