Total Composites Slide In Camper Kits

skyfree

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So for the cabover bed, since it is only 48" I assume you would have to add a rail to the sides that extends out to 80" (for a queen bed) from the front, and then have a platform that you can slide back into place? Is there enough clearance under that window for a large panel to slide under that window if it is sitting on top of the cabover? It's hard to tell from the pic just how much room there is but Just you might want to move that window up a tiny bit.
 

Victorian

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So for the cabover bed, since it is only 48" I assume you would have to add a rail to the sides that extends out to 80" (for a queen bed) from the front, and then have a platform that you can slide back into place? Is there enough clearance under that window for a large panel to slide under that window if it is sitting on top of the cabover? It's hard to tell from the pic just how much room there is but Just you might want to move that window up a tiny bit.
The window size and location can be selected by the customer. We have several solo travellers that do not need the bed extension feature. Another one will be using the cab over space for storage and convert the seating area into a bed. That's the beauty of our campers. Maximum flexibility for each customer.
 
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