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Author Topic: Retrofitting bunks in an old couch spot.. best way to secure to the wall?  (Read 933 times)


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Hi Everyone! This is Altonymous' wife wanting to know how you would recommend securing a stack of bunks to the wall in an old couch spot? The floor plan we are looking to retrofit the bunks into is the 2007 Fleetwood Providence 39V http://fleetwoodrv.com/frvlibrary/docs/2007/2007_pro_b.pdf we would pull out the couch between the back of the passenger seat and the kitchen counter. We have measured already and what we want to do will fit, we just aren't sure how to attach the bunk frame to the wall without daily usage tearing up the wall?  Suggestions?



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I would think that a hinge type bracket would be best. and you would want to find some structure members inside the wall to attach to. the idea is that it would swing down to make the couch during day and up for bed at night.

Not sure if the bunk you have in mind will do that or not.
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