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Adjustable Bed Frame for Queen/King/California King Sizes


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Adjustable Bed Frame for Queen/King/California King Sizes


$ 99.00
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Size: 74.375" L x 7.5" H.  1-1/2" high side rail. Width adjustable to bed size, 60 to 76 inches.

Our Adjustable Bed Frame helps you get the perfect support for odd-sized beds. This frame conforms to standard and specialty Queen, King, and California King bed sizes. 

  • 1 1/2" steel side rails for added strength
  • Includes a center cross rail for improved support
  • Threaded glides add stability and floor protection
  • Fits standard and custom Queen, King, and California King bed sizes

A perfect choice for antiques, waterbeds, and custom-built beds, the clamp-style design of this frame ensures a snug fit. Easy assembly. Box spring is needed.

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-Adjusts to fit standard and specialty Twin and Full (Double) beds. -Made from sturdy steel.

- Adjusts to fit Queen, King, or California King box springs & mattresses - Uses 1 3/4" ribbed steel rails for maximum strength - Wedge-lock legs get stronger as more weight is applied - Recessed legs allow for additional toe clearance.

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