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Old 08-16-2010, 08:32 PM  
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Default Where do these two pieces of wood go on my bed frame?

I took apart my bed that is ten years old to transport into my new house.

I have assembled most of it, but not all of it... I have two pieces of wood that I totally forgot where they go... It's been ten years since I purchased it. I have no manual... please help me identify where these two pieces go!

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Uprights for a headboard attachment?
Any hole patterns or witness marks that might help ya?



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I dont think we have a headboard, I'm not sure what that is.

Those two skinny pieces of wood are baffling me. I just do not know where they go!

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It looks like support for the slats. It appears to be drilled to run perpendicular to the slats, and then bolted in to support the frame.

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