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Old 11-11-2014, 02:44 PM   #11
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I apologize.. I wasn't aware... Is there a way of maybe putting something between the bed and the bunk to raise it a bit and allow for air circulation..maybe build a type of raised platform..maybe a piece of lattice cut to size raised by a few pieces of 1/2" stock..should break down easy and store in small area... Just a thought ..good luck..
Some have purchased such a system that's used on boat berths, but they are very expensive. That's why I just use a wool blanket since it allows for some limited air movement. And it's cheap.
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Old 11-11-2014, 03:03 PM   #12
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A quick Google search found these 2 products similar to what Bikendan described:

http://www.hyperventmarine.com/products.html

http://drymesh.net

Both are expensive as Bikendan said.
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As a side comment, I rode My Hog up Mt Washington...........what a ride! 70 deg and sunny at the base, 40 deg and overcast with rain and sleet at the top. And that was August! The kanc was absolutely gorgeous too.
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I go to Mt.Washington every year. You can see my home town from the top


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That's what Im talking about! Youroo!!
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