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Old 09-20-2007, 05:37 AM   #15
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May I ask why you would like a single slide bed? In a small popup you can use the other bed for storage.
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I'd convert a twin slide pop-up. Remove all the fabric in the front section. Then, using the slide rails, mount them under the top so the rails raise with the top. Then adapt a piece of plywood that would pull forward and out from the rails, then hinge downward to become your front wall. But, that's just me; I like thinking stuff thru and making it work.
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If I was going to remove a bed, I too would remove the front bed. That way I wouldnt have to unhook, chock the wheels, etc just for a quick 1 night stop. It wont pop up with the front bed pulled all the way out... it is just too big. But after all that I will just keep mine the way it is..the drop down plywood would be an easy way to go too...maybe with a window in it..or a couple of fold out shelves to put the laptop on and leave it set up while camped.
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Old 02-17-2008, 06:26 AM   #18
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Fleetwood has a new pop-up with hard sides... http://www.fleetwoodcampingtrailers....mo_Tacoma.aspx it looks pretty cool!
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