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Old 07-17-2016, 06:34 PM   #1
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Cool Triple bunk mod?

Has anyone attempted to modify the bunk model R-Pods to a triple bunk? The storage area under the bottom bunk is about 14" high. If I raised the bottom bunk about 5" (to the bottom of the side window) and removed interior-facing vertical panel under it, it seems there's enough space to have three children on separate bunks (small child on bottom).

Of course I'd need to relocate the GFCI outlet, and enclose/insulate the back end of the new "floor bunk" and add a small mattress. I'm just wondering if anyone has tried, because I'm tempted to do it with a 182G

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Old 07-27-2016, 09:08 AM   #2
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I believe I have seen one Owner not remove or move the bottom bunk but did open it up to be a sleeping area. It ended up being a little cave for one of their little boys to sleep in, he absolutely loved it.
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