I have a 2012 Coachmen Clipper 1285sst with the Glide-N-Lock bed system. I have recently started having issues with one of the bunks coming "unlocked" while deployed. When I pull the bunk out, I hear the locks engage on either side of the bed rails. However, occasionally when someone is laying in the bunk and shifts their weight, one side of the bunk unlocks, causing one rail to slide in about a foot, causing a momentary feeling of falling that frequently results in a loud scream. While the cable continues to support the bed, and no one actually does fall, it certainly is unsettling. Upon inspection, I see that the plastic cap (bunk stop) on the problem bed rail has a "gouge" in it. I assume that this is providing a ramp for the pin in the bunk spring plunger latch (the pin with the little ball on it) to ride up enough to disengage, and allow the bed rail to slide back in. Inspection of all of the rest of the bunk stops shows similar wear, but without as deep of a gouge, leading me to believe that they will all eventually have the same issue. Have any other Glide-n-lock owners had similar issues? I see that the bunk stops are available for purchase, but wonder if there is a better alternative. I see there are Bed Wedgies for Coleman owners, and am wondering if there is a similar alternative for Coachmen campers. Also, I am wondering if someone has indeed done this repair themselves, how they went about removing the rivet that holds the bunk stop in the rail. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!