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Old 02-10-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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2014 Tracer 3200BHT Dinette to Bed

I'm sorry if this is a stupid question. Has anyone turned their dinette into a bed? I cannot figure out the correct cushion arrangement to do so. If anyone can help I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:35 PM   #2
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First off welcome to the forums.
Second, there is NO such thing as a "stupid question"!

I have looked at some pictures of the dinette you have.
Do the back cushions move?
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Thanks! Yes, the back cushions move. I've tried to move the 3 flat cushions to the bottom but its too small to fill it. It's very frustrating. I was hoping someone with this model had a a picture they could share.
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:54 PM   #4
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There is a pic. Put in your year and model number in the search bar here, at the top of the screen. When the search comes up, choose image, and scroll down a bit, and you'll see it. Someone else had asked the same question. I'd put the pic here for you, but don't know how.
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:55 PM   #5
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If it's like the U-shaped in our Flagstaff, then what you do is move the back sit-on cushion forward to the edge of the table, put the back backrest cushion beside it, and in the hollow at the back you fill in with the two little backrest cushions from the sides. The corner backrest cushions get discarded (i.e. tossed on the sofa).

They never seem to fit right and cushions are constantly shifting, but that's the way we do it. Yours might be this way, or it might not. Don't know. The other option is to just go get an inflatable mattress to use in place of the jigsaw puzzle of back/seat cushions. That's what I keep telling myself I have planned, but so far, we still haven't.
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Understood.

Looks like a Rubik's cube thing, I hope someone can help.

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Thank you all. I was able to find the picture. That is how I've been doing it and I guess that is as good as it gets. The old Rockwood table was easier to figure out. We havne't even camped in the Tracer but the kids enjoy hanging out in it watching movies.
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Glad you found the pic. At least you know you're not the only one who thinks the configuration is wonky!
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