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Would it be possible on the king bed configuration to replace that with a full bed, placed against the back window and shorten the table so it does not extend out beyond the width of a full mattress, then add storage on either side?

 

We have had a Casita for 10 years and are quite comfortable with the full bed at the rear.  As we are traveling more and campground hosting for 5-6 weeks a year, a little more space would be nice.  However, I don't want the extra space all used up on a king bed we do not need.

 

The Roundabouts

 

2008 Casita Freedom Deluxe

 

2012 Toyota Sequoia

The Roundabouts


2008 Casita Freedom Deluxe


2012 Toyota Sequoia

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Scuba RX, 

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On 5/30/2016 at 7:30 PM, ScubaRx said:

Since our first Outlaw Oliver (Hull # 26) was a twin bed model, we chose the twin bed model for our second Outlaw Oliver (Hull # 50). We wanted to maximize our storage area and I envisioned providing it by raising the beds to create room underneath.  I worked with Steve Parsons at the Oliver factory and came up with this design. A special mold was designed for this build.

 

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Access hatch under each bed.

 

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Interiors are lighted.

 

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Mattresses rest on a two part surface.

 

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Each part is removable to allow access to the compartments below.

 

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Our "stuff" is stored in totes.

 

There is about 13 cubic feet of storage beneath each bed.

 

Scuba, I love this idea where you added the extra storage under the twin beds. Do you know if this is something Oliver is still willing to do? Also how much did it cost for this modification? We have one that is being built starting in December and I would love to add this modification.

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2 hours ago, Pookies said:

Scuba RX, 

Scuba, I love this idea where you added the extra storage under the twin beds. Do you know if this is something Oliver is still willing to do? Also how much did it cost for this modification? We have one that is being built starting in December and I would love to add this modification.

The factory quit offering this as an option several years ago. They have also stopped doing custom work during the initial build. These would be incredibly easy to add after the fact...if they would be willing to mold them for you. Who is your salesperson? 

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Steve, Tali and the dogs: Reacher, Lucy and Rocky plus our beloved Storm and Maggie (both waiting at the Rainbow Bridge)

2008 Legacy Elite I - Outlaw Oliver, Hull #026 | 2014 Legacy Elite II - Outlaw Oliver, Hull #050 | 2022 Silverado High Country 3500HD Diesel 4x4 

 

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That is affirmative ScubaRx.  

The bed risers are no longer available at Oliver Travel Trailers.  I was pretty sure that we could no longer offer them, but to be 100%, I asked Jason Essary at OTT Service and he said that we no longer even have the molds and it would cost too much to recreate them.  

- Phil A. 

Phillip Andrews

 

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