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    Default bunk bed

    The title says it all.
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    cool bed...nice and clean

    too tedious for me, LOL
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    I built a pair of bunk beds for a family of 3 kids + a bunk for a guest grom. That was an S-load of work.

    Great job on your bunks. Looks fantastic.
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    Default Very NICE!

    Quote Originally Posted by scott-n-montana View Post
    The title says it all.
    Love the design! one question, what is the x that goes along the wall for? I would imagine a welded frame wouldn't need the extra support?

    thanks for sharing, let me now if you'd like to work on getting plans posted at www.diyweldingplans.com


    Kelly

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    Default Me thinks...

    Quote Originally Posted by diyweldingplans View Post
    Love the design! one question, what is the x that goes along the wall for? I would imagine a welded frame wouldn't need the extra support?

    thanks for sharing, let me now if you'd like to work on getting plans posted at www.diyweldingplans.com


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    Default cross brace

    The cross brace is what sturdies it up. Otherwise it would rock back and forth like a boat. The bed frame is bolted to the ends of course - have to get it through the door. thanks

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    Default cool bed!

    I saw one similar at Big lots with the supports like that. I Like yours better!! Looks sturdier!!

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    Really nice. Sturdy and clean. Great job.
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    Default Nice!

    Really like the feet! Great job.
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