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Old 07-30-2015, 12:23 PM   #11
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You know Choo Choo, I have a 2016 183, but I haven't closed the bunk more than a few times yet. I looked at mine and the countertop is in the exact same position! About a 1/2" overhang on the door side, and about 4" on the bed side. I better not have trouble closing it, I am not as strong as you, and I know there will be times I have to do it by myself.


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Old 07-30-2015, 09:02 PM   #12
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We are all packed up and about to leave for Cedar Point. I will try and find time to play with it. My worst case is to cut the table down a few inches.
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Ours looks like yours. The mattress is pretty snug against the countertop but can still be compressed. I have about 1/2" that I could center it better without protruding into the doorway, but its never been an issue for us. We've found it helps to push the folded matress all the way forward or it can get pinched in the hinge area and create some binding of the bunk door.
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Old 08-04-2015, 02:21 PM   #14
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I did a little adjusting of the mattress and got it to close much better.
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I am watching the canvas on the nightstand side. With the fans on, it was the only bunk, of the three that I saw canvas poking out. Now I am watching that side more when I close the bunk, that and pushing the mattress a little more to the left when folding it. If the mattress is positioned just right it is fine.


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I am watching the canvas on the nightstand side. With the fans on, it was the only bunk, of the three that I saw canvas poking out. Now I am watching that side more when I close the bunk, that and pushing the mattress a little more to the left when folding it. If the mattress is positioned just right it is fine.


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We also make sure the canvas is not pinched on the inside against the front nightstand or the back of the dinette seat. I don't want to risk having a hole worn in it while on the road.
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