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William

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#1 posted 03-16-2011 02:00 PM

Even if someone is able to assist you with plans for a crib with drop down sides, it is still going to be very difficult to get the hardware unless you have a way or idea for designing and making your own. Everyone has stopped selling anything to do with drop down side cribs because there has been a rash of lawsuits involving them in the last few years. I understand this design has been used for many years, but you have to understand that someone says the words lawsuit and everyone else runs for the hills.
I’m not immune to it. Just last week someone asked me if I could build a drop down side crib. I quickly told them no. I don’t want to even get into the merits of the lawsuits. Nor do I wish to do a lengthy search for hard to find hardware.
All that being said though, here is a nice design in my opinion. The crib has high enough sides for safety, storage space, and can be converted to a junior bed at a later date as the child grows.

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