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Vanagon to a Baywindow?
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KMT
Sat Jan 01 2011, 10:01AM
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Will a Vanagon weekender full bed fit into a baywindow?

Jamie Auch
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I tried to make it work once and couldn't get it to fit/function at all. The deck heights are too different.

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Thanks!

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You are welcome brother. I have a set of vanny westy hinges I will send you for shipping cost if you are interested in trying some fabrication. Here to there shouldn't be more than $10.

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1954 Dodge Job Rated, dba 'JR.'

1996 Ford Ranger Splash, dba tbd.

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persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot." ~ Mark Twain

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Sat Jan 01 2011, 02:44PM
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Along with the deck height there is also the width to consider. The Vanagon weekender bed is too wide to fit in a bay. A westy bed would certainly fit, but there's still the height problem....

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Sat Jan 01 2011, 05:24PM
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Thanks all. I found a good deal on a weekender bed, but it won't fit. I still have a full width baywindow z-bed ;0)

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