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w1ghtn1ght
Reg. Jun 2018
Posted 2018-06-04 8:28 PM (#171647)
Subject: Remodeling our living quarters


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We would like to resize the wall at the front of the bunk in our gooseneck so that our bed can go front to back instead of side to side. Has anyone ever done this? We only need to move it about 10 inches and obviously some trimming and such will be necessary. Any input would be appreciated.
It's a 2003 Bison if that makes a difference. Thanks!
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Spin Doctor
Reg. Nov 2008
Posted 2018-06-05 5:09 PM (#171653 - in reply to #171647)
Subject: RE: Remodeling our living quarters


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Wouldn't a custom made mattress be an easier fix? No idea where you could find one made but I know they can be done. 
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calamityj
Reg. Jun 2005
Posted 2018-06-06 9:11 AM (#171655 - in reply to #171647)
Subject: RE: Remodeling our living quarters


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Is your trailer 8' wide? It should be long enough for a bed from front to end. hers an idea..
https://www.amazon.com/Zinus-Memory-Green-Mattress-Queen/dp/B00Q7EPSHI/ref=sr_1_3?s=furniture&ie=UTF8&qid=1528294230&sr=1-3&keywords=memory+foam+mattress
 
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Kenanel
Reg. May 2021
Posted 2021-05-16 4:20 PM (#173701 - in reply to #171647)
Subject: RE: Remodeling our living quarters


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And why move the walls when you can turn the bed? Yes, I wouldn't buy a new house, but there are beds that are assembled. Initially when I was building houses, I approached the process thoroughly. Tried to do everything with my own hands, only ordered scaffolding to fix the roof. Then we ordered furniture, and already under it began to make electricity (I did it myself). Only at the end we decided to do the design, although the furniture was already standing. It remained only to do the layout, which was calculated originally before the walls were erected.
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ralphden
Reg. Jun 2021
Posted 2021-06-07 1:55 PM (#173740 - in reply to #171647)
Subject: RE: Remodeling our living quarters


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You could change the bed in your room Our room, too, once had a bulky king-size bed that we could only move to the right corner of the room and the left corner of the room, but we couldn't twist it the way we wanted (my girlfriend wanted to move it away from the window). We had to adjust the location of the TV to make it easier to watch movies (not sideways, but point-blank, haha). We were too lazy to order a new bed, or a custom mattress, as it was said above, so we just moved a small double sofa to this room and gave the large bed to relatives. In any case, we could use some advice on home improvement right now: we want to make a light under the bed, but so that the wires from the light bulbs do not get tangled under our feet or are not hidden under the carpet. Do you have any ideas about this?
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ralphden
Reg. Jun 2021
Posted 2021-06-08 9:35 AM (#173743 - in reply to #171647)
Subject: RE: Remodeling our living quarters


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You could change the bed in your room :D Our room, too, once had a bulky king-size bed that we could only move to the right corner of the room and the left corner of the room, but we couldn't twist it the way we wanted (my girlfriend wanted to move it away from the window). We had to adjust the location of the TV to make it easier to watch movies (not sideways, but point-blank, haha). We were too lazy to order a new bed, or a custom mattress, as it was said above, so we just moved a small double sofa to this room and gave the large bed to relatives. In any case, we could use some advice on Home Improvement right now: we want to make a light under the bed, but so that the wires from the light bulbs do not get tangled under our feet or are not hidden under the carpet. Do you have any ideas about this?
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