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Old 02-04-2015, 03:41 PM   #1
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BH267 bunk opening size

Hi All.. been a lurker for a while, and am getting the itch for spring to arrive.

when I bought my trailer, it did not include any curtains for the bunks at all.. I have purchased the curtain track to remedy that situation, but as my trailer is in storage I have no idea how wide that opening is nor how tall it is, in order to figure out the size the make the curtain. Does anyone know the size of the opening, or know the size of their curtains for those with newer models?

I'd like to get (my mom ) started on making the curtains so i just need to screw the tracks up and slide my curtains on..

I appreciate any help!

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Old 02-04-2015, 04:01 PM   #2
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Just a head's up on the curtains on the bunks situation... You will find that it can get quite stuffy in those bunks at night, and a closed curtain will further encapsulate that area. Unless you plan on keeping a window open while sleeping it will get hot and stagnant. Some people will add a couple 12 volt fans to circulate air gently through the bunks at night. My trailer has the same bunk set up and has one large floor to ceiling curtain closing off the middle living area from the bunk/bath area which still gives some privacy but doesn't compartmentalize the bunks as much. Just food for thought.

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Old 02-04-2015, 04:09 PM   #3
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We have a 2015 267 BHSW. The bunk openings (top and bottom) are just short of 30" wide on arc (the bunks are rounded on the entry corner), and the curtains are just short of 29" tall by probably +36" wide to keep the wavy look when closed. The tracks are longer than the opening at about 33" set back into the bunk about an inch from the actual opening.

I agree with Skybound about the stuffy situation. We have a clamp on 110v fan that clamps to the bathroom sink counter edge and blows air into the lower bunk opening. We use the upper bunk for storage.
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Old 02-04-2015, 05:13 PM   #4
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Thanks for the dimensions and input!

We have a (now) 2 yr old that gets to occupy the bottom bunk, so although it does get noticeably stuffy in there, it is the only way to get him to go down for his naps / bedtime. Last season we just tucke d a blanket in the top bunk to block the light on the bottom one. The top bunk is seldom used but will probably be more problematic as there are no outlets up there for the fan so we'd need to do battery operated or across the way as mentioned from the bathroom area..222
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