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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 sleeping arrangements

John Larke
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Date Posted: 6/05/06 18:21:12
In reply to: Fiona and Robin 's message, "Trapper 300 sleeping arrangements" on 27/04/06 23:06:54

When I aquired Fleur de Leigh, my T300 came complete with two different length, foam filled, ply backed cusions along with four lengths of 2"x1" to form crossmembers. When the table and post is removed, these two cusions fill the gap between the bench seats creating a gorgeous comfortable double bed. The longer crossmembers, slightly longer than the gap, push into 2"x2" slots cut into the fibre glass mouldings below each seat, two shorter lengths slide into similar slots in the mouldings each side of the entrance to forepeak and heads. The double, more Queen sized now runs from the bulkhead back to the galley. These two cusions live stowed each side of the forepeak. Good Luck John

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Re: Trapper 300 sleeping arrangementsFiona 9/05/06 21:56:55
Re: Trapper 300 sleeping arrangementsIan18/05/06 18:49:42

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