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Subject Topic: Under bed tent for Pullman Post Reply Post New Topic
Message posted by Nonamesleft13/7/2015 at 8:45pm
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Do these exist for Pullmans as you have the bars supporting the bed extensions. Was going to buy a two man pop up tent and put in the awning but if I can buy an under ex tent, this would be better. Thanks

Message posted by Blue Sky Pennine13/7/2015 at 11:10pm
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They don't exist, unfortunately, no.

You can't buy under bed tents for any of the 6 berth Pennine models, as the bed supports are at 45 degrees, and cut through the under bed section, preventing the use of an under bed tent. You can get them for the 4 berth models, but not the 6 berth ones.

You could buy a universal model and try to adapt it, but you will always have the issue of the bed supports, I'm afraid.

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Message posted by Miserly13/7/2015 at 11:31pm
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Unless you change the bed supports to the 4 berth type which rest on the ground,and so use a pod off a fiesta.
Not a recommendation,just a thought.

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Message posted by Blue Sky Pennine14/7/2015 at 12:16am
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Quote: Originally posted by Miserly on 13/7/2015
Unless you change the bed supports to the 4 berth type which rest on the ground,and so use a pod off a fiesta.
Not a recommendation,just a thought.



That is always an option, but, of course, it could only be done at one end. 4 berths have the tow bar at the front and beds at the side, so two under bed pods are an option. 6 berths have one bed over the tow bar, so only the rear bed could be adapted.

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Message posted by Kelper14/7/2015 at 10:00am
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We always took a pup tent, pitched outside the awning.
Gave kids, and us, privacy.
But, also used both beds when necessary, though never used the optional conversion of the seating area ... clambering over seemed too much of a hassle.
Depending on who was the sleeper .... a single mattress and sleeping bag could fit under the rear end of a Pullman ... just don't sit up in a hurry! Still provides more room than some cycling one man tents!


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