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Old 07-22-2017, 11:43 PM   #1
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Removable top bunk

Anyone have any experience removing a top bunk in a bunk house? Looking for a 27' TT that has a removable top bunk or one that folds out of the way to give more room on the bottom bunk. Any homemade conversions out there?
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Old 07-23-2017, 09:37 AM   #2
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A lot of the bunkhouses I've seen will have the top bunk hinged and allow it to fold up and be held in place by some type of latch. May want to visit a few dealerships to look around, I was thinking this is fairly common.
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A lot of the bunkhouses I've seen will have the top bunk hinged and allow it to fold up and be held in place by some type of latch. May want to visit a few dealerships to look around, I was thinking this is fairly common.
We've been to a couple of lots with no luck. Any brands you can think of?
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My Cruiser RV, Shadow Cruiser has 4 bunks in the back. The top bunk on the driver side folds up.
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That's what I've seen, the models with the bunk "room" usually in the rear, the uppers tend to fold up.
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I believe the Outback TT with the bunks in the front have bunks that fold up. 210, 240 are a couple of the models I looked at earlier this summer.
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