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Anyone have a line on a sleeper similar to the factory sleepers installed on Mack Superliners???

Were they made by Able Body???

I have a decent sleeper to work with (Canadian Alumi-Bunk) (out of business) but want one with cut outs for the exhaust to be cab mounted with mufflers.

Must be mid/highrise and at least 60" long and preferably over 86" in width

Just need a good shell the rest I can handle. i priced a new one similar to below and we are talking $15,000. (Mama won't let me.....)

Something similar to below would be optimal.

Thanks.

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Looks better just with the bumper.

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I have a bunk came off a W900 KW I its not a high rise but I believe its taller and wider than my bunk on my R im sure its a 60 inch if your interested id sell it for $600

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If you go back way back in the for sale there was one posted, it was a can-am style sleeper with the windows above.

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I have a bunk came off a W900 KW I its not a high rise but I believe its taller and wider than my bunk on my R im sure its a 60 inch if your interested id sell it for $600

Thanks for the offer Alex but I want to keep this as original as possible.

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If you go back way back in the for sale there was one posted, it was a can-am style sleeper with the windows above.

I found the ad for the sleeper back in 2012. its almost exactly what I am looking for and it is a Canadian bunk to boot. Waiting for a reply from fifthwheel. Thanks for the help!!!

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I hope he still has it and can help you out. its been a while, good luck

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How did you come out on the sleeper.

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How did you come out on the sleeper.

Hmmmmm lets see here.....

8hr + trip 1 way....(Toronto area to almost Boston)

Met some great people from The Grafton Mass. area......

Loaded up one of the best possible Canadian bunk specimens I have come across...

Blew a trailer tire due to road debris at the NY-MASS State line.....Dohhhhh!

Paid the $70 Canadian Border ransom to bring this Can-Am sleeper back to its home turf.....

I would say one heck of a way to spend your Friday, and would do it again in a heart beat.....

Thanks for the help boys, special thanks to fifthwheel

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Wow, that looks like a good deal. Nevertheless the time spent.

Hope the thing is in really good shape to just make up a bit.

And crossing the border with such the load for $70...

If I'd like to carry a trailer looking like the one on the picture from Europe to Russia I'm not shure I can do it having $7000 :whistling:

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I guess I would do the same thing. old parts are getting harder to find so you got to do what you have to do to get what you want, glad they still had it. good luck.

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