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Old 07-07-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Bed needs additional supports!

The pole that holds up the table, do they make that in a short size to add additional support when using it as a bed?
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The pole that holds up the table, do they make that in a short size to add additional support when using it as a bed?
What is the make and model?
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Old 07-07-2012, 06:13 PM   #3
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The pole that holds up the table, do they make that in a short size to add additional support when using it as a bed?
Get a pc of hvy wall pvc and cut to the length you need.
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Good idea!
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Will the mounts be aligned when the table is in the down position?
If they are, I may do the same thing.

i've been toying with the idea of removing the table and using slats for the bed as my backside doesn't like fitting between the table and cabinets. Also, I get tired of turning the table left then right for us to use it.
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Will the mounts be aligned when the table is in the down position?
If they are, I may do the same thing.

i've been toying with the idea of removing the table and using slats for the bed as my backside doesn't like fitting between the table and cabinets. Also, I get tired of turning the table left then right for us to use it.
You could make some plywood caps for the pvc and just put them in the table sockets and let the pvc sit on the floor anywhere.
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Dunnnc, good idea. I am looking for the extra support under the bed as well, will try this out.
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You could make some plywood caps for the pvc and just put them in the table sockets and let the pvc sit on the floor anywhere.
That would work!
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That would work!
That will be $55.00 consulting fee or a cup of coffee sometime!
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