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I was wondering if anyone has made a raised bed platform using 80/20? I am currently weighing options for different bed designs and really like the idea of a light and strong full span platform bed. Just not sure how to attach it to the horizontal supports or if this would be a bad idea.
 

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I was wondering if anyone has made a raised bed platform using 80/20? I am currently weighing options for different bed designs and really like the idea of a light and strong full span platform bed. Just not sure how to attach it to the horizontal supports or if this would be a bad idea.


I was planning on doing the same until I read “another elevated bed platform on this forum. I think it’s a much lighter and cheaper way to go and it’s plenty strong.



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I was planning on doing the same until I read “another elevated bed platform on this forum. I think it’s a much lighter and cheaper way to go and it’s plenty strong.


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Wow. That looks awesome. I love how it stores away.
 

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Wow. That looks awesome. I love how it stores away.


I wish I could take credit for the idea of using ATV ramps but I got it from this forum. I do like how they store easy and each panel with the plywood top only weighs 32 pounds. For cost and strength you will have a hard time finding something better.


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I ordered a bunch of 40 series from Orange aluminum (same as 80/20), metric 40mm planning to use it for boxing wheels and doing an elevated bed. Plan calls for bed to fit above two dirt bikes in the rear of 136 HR. I want the bed to go up to the ceiling for storage. Van is not as wide up top so still thinking through the details...
 
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