Question about Sorelle Maxine Crib
Which rails do I need to purchase? Where?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: missing conversion kit
I ran into a similar problem but found this out from a website when I ran a search:
The Sorelle Full Size Bed Rails (Sorelle Adult Rails / Full Size Bed Rails)
are designed to work with the following Sorelle Cribs: Madison, Tamcrest, Caroline, Vicki, Cottage, Chantelle, 9000 series, Turnberry, Anne's Lace, Manhattan, or Vista. When your child is ready to make the move from a toddler bed to a full-size bed with a headboard and footboard, you'll need these rails to make the conversion. Like all Sorelle furniture, the rails are eco-friendly, too. Each product by Sorelle is manufactured with water-based paints and odorless glue. And, Sorelle also participates in a reforestation program.
Posted on May 03, 2010
Hi this is Products America. We are the crib hardware specialists. Below is a link to the Sorelle Furniture website with the instructions to the Hampton 4 in 1.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
Hi, I had a similar crib, though another brand, and I did what you are asking to do--to find a cheaper way to connect the head and footboard. They will not connect easily to a standard frame. They way the rails work is to have a ledge inside to hold up the boxspring, but they are specially designed to fit the convertible crib. Well, I decided to make my own rails, but the spacing of the fastener lug holes has to be perfect, and mine was not. The bed squeaked and was loose, and I eventually had to replace the rails with angle iron. This lasted a few years only because it was in a guest room. I wish I had just bought the conversion rails from the beginning; and this is what I recommend for you, as there is no adapter kit for a standard frame. You can find these rails online, as I found some at this web page:
I'm pretty good at doing it myself, but this is one I could not well do. If you really want to try, I'm willing to help; but unless you are a really good craftsman, I feel you will be disappointed with the results.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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