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Old 03-19-2017, 10:11 PM   #21
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Working on my bunk ladder. Have the hardwood rungs and the hardwood side rails. Have to assemble it and finish it to match. I'll post some pictures when it's done.

It's hard for me and the wife to get into and out of the bunk. Getting old I guess.
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Old 03-20-2017, 05:50 AM   #22
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Working on my bunk ladder. Have the hardwood rungs and the hardwood side rails. Have to assemble it and finish it to match. I'll post some pictures when it's done.

It's hard for me and the wife to get into and out of the bunk. Getting old I guess.
Sounds like an interesting modification Mr. Sidecar. Have you considered installing a couple hooks in the ceiling and a rope ladder or a pulley system? That would be less weight and we all would surely like to see pictures, especially of you using it........

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Sounds like an interesting modification Mr. Sidecar. Have you considered installing a couple hooks in the ceiling and a rope ladder or a pulley system? That would be less weight and we all would surely like to see pictures, especially of you using it........

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TC's in general are all hard to get into and out of the bunk. Some actually have a step, most don't. Our's is especially bad, it's a pretty long leg reach to get to the lower step from the bunk, especially at night when nature calls at 3am and it's pitch dark. You compound the issue when someone is sleeping in the lower convertible dinette bunk. The it becomes an exercise in not stepping on the person down below.

I know, I need a hoist to get in bed right.....
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