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Old 09-25-2021, 05:16 PM   #1
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Extra sleeping capacity ideas

Was curious if anyone here has added fold down or drop-down bunks, or has pictures or info on interesting options.
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Was curious if anyone here has added fold down or drop-down bunks, or has pictures or info on interesting options.
A tent works good for kids.
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We removed our jack-knife and inflatable sofa bed. Only have the queen bed - we did get an inflatable 18" deep full sized air mattress for occasional guests.
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When we had or Monaco Diplomat and we went to Yosemite at Thanksgiving, we needed beds for four extra adults (two daughters and husbands). One couple used the sofa bed and we were able to fit a double size air mattress under the free standing dinette.
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When we had or Monaco Diplomat and we went to Yosemite at Thanksgiving, we needed beds for four extra adults (two daughters and husbands). One couple used the sofa bed and we were able to fit a double size air mattress under the free standing dinette.

That’s what we have done in the past.
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There is still the chain portion from one of those old door chain locks in my biggest pass through basement bays. I wonder if someone at one time use as sleeping berth. It is big enough to sleep 3-4 kids lol.
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There is still the chain portion from one of those old door chain locks in my biggest pass through basement bays. I wonder if someone at one time use as sleeping berth. It is big enough to sleep 3-4 kids lol.

There ya go, we can put them down in the “dungeon”.
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