Originally Posted by SabreSam
I'm going to give you a long winded answer to help explain. On your model we have to utilize a slide system in the bunkroom that does not drop down completely flush. This is due to the holding tank locations between the frame rails for the 1/2 bath and ext. kitchen sink. The tank locations don't allow us to use a "through frame" slide system. The lip you mentioned is seen when you build this model with an air bed sofa. When it's built with the standard bunks the lip is hidden. Moving the air bed to the edge of this lip will help you to not trip over it. I hope this explains something's. I'm sorry it causes you problems.
That makes sense - hope I didn't come across as complaining about it. I figured (well, hoped) there was a design reason and it was a manufacturing mistake. I had gotten looking at the slide on the opposing wall (that does have the standard bunk) and could tell it made sense over there.
It's not so much a problem as just a curiosity. It does cause a bit of a hassle with the pull-out sofa - the screws for the adjustable legs don't extend far enough to account for the height. Y'all don't have extra long screws available, do you? Right now we're just throwing down a couple of boards to make up the difference. It's not pretty, but it works.