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Old 09-19-2013, 11:30 PM   #1
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26BH Modification

We bought used 2013 26BH and have decided to remodel the "bunk-house" room as follows:

1. Convert the bottom full size bed to single bunk, same size as top bunk. (2) Remove the curved basement wall at the rooms entrance and add a new partition wall along the inner edge of the lower bunk that would run full length of same. (3) Add a desk top/night stand for lower bunk that could also be accessed from a sitting position between the lower bunk and wall.

This would cut basement storage in half, but as it is the space is too easily cluttered. I try to stick with saying I learned from US Coast Guard patrol boat sailing,..."on a ship everything has a place, and everything should be in it's place." I'm also wondering how to secure the lower partition wall mod. frame work to the floor without putting a hole in a holding tank.


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Old 10-09-2013, 12:56 AM   #2
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Ask Jayco for drawings that show the tank locations. Not sure exactly what you are doing but when I changed the dinette to a table and chairs I glued a piece of 3/4" material to the 1/2" plywood flooring and screwed into that. Might work for your application?
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