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Old 02-07-2011, 04:15 PM   #11
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Yeah - but what about height? Do you have the built in end tables and if so, does it cause any issues?
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Yeah - but what about height? Do you have the built in end tables and if so, does it cause any issues?
yes we do have the end tables...it does block some of the view to them, but hasn't been a big issue for us. I use the tables for eyeglasses, cellphones, maybe a book etc and can access all that stuff with no problems....no alarm clock though.
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Paying attention to the thread... I'm waiting for the day we actually get to camp out in ours... I'm questioning the condition of the current mattress...
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I have a 07 325BH Jayco and found that the mattress in my master was very comfortable but I did add the Costco memory foam for added comfort. I did add one extra memory foam to the lower double bed in the rear bunkhouse. Jayco really goes cheap in the bunkhouse.
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Can you or anyone give me the exact dimensions of the "odd" sized queen? I've been wondering what will come with the Eagle 320. I'd really like to replace it with a king. Ours won't have the built in side tables, so I think it can be done. Posted a question whether anyone had gone king but got no response.
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If you search online you will find it listed as a "short queen" or sometimes a "rv queen".

Most of them look like they are 60"x74"
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We went with the queen bed in a box from camping world. It sure seems they are a lot cheaper in Wal Mart. I did not even realize they had them there. I do know one thing, I could not believe a mattress that big came in a box that small. However, when they cut the seal and let that sucker unfold on the bed, it made a believer out of me. It is very comfortable and one of the best upgrades I have made to the unit.
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Ok guys--quick question. I got the itch after discussing all this and went out and looked at some mattresses and toppers, but found no where I could actually lie down.

What have you found better? Putting a topper on the existing mattress which is still in good shape, just not that comfortable - or getting the entire mattress? The first option saves a little bit of money, but I don't want to make a mistake on comfort.

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Ok guys--quick question. I got the itch after discussing all this and went out and looked at some mattresses and toppers, but found no where I could actually lie down.

What have you found better? Putting a topper on the existing mattress which is still in good shape, just not that comfortable - or getting the entire mattress? The first option saves a little bit of money, but I don't want to make a mistake on comfort.

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we bought a memory foam topper...very comfortable for us....sleep very well on it
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Ok guys--quick question. I got the itch after discussing all this and went out and looked at some mattresses and toppers, but found no where I could actually lie down.

What have you found better? Putting a topper on the existing mattress which is still in good shape, just not that comfortable - or getting the entire mattress? The first option saves a little bit of money, but I don't want to make a mistake on comfort.

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Put on a topper. I think you will be happy.
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