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Old 05-15-2014, 06:51 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a replacement mattress for our trailer, any recommendations you may have as to brand or supplier would be appreciated.
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Old 05-16-2014, 12:03 AM   #2
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We just ordered another Sleep Number bed from CW, a King with radius corners for our Pinnacle fifth wheel. Did the same for a former 5'ver toy hauler we had before the Pinnacle. Great beds in our opinion and we add another 2 to 4 inch foam topper from Costco. We have had a Sleep Number bed in our home for the past 8 years.

I hope this helps but a bed is such a person thing so I recommend you give different beds a test drive. If by chance you are thinking of a foam bed you need to consider the weight you will add to your camper.
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Old 05-16-2014, 10:28 AM   #3
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I added a 3-inch foam topper to our mattress... All the difference in the world the way it sleeps now...

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We just ordered another Sleep Number bed from CW, a King with radius corners for our Pinnacle fifth wheel. Did the same for a former 5'ver toy hauler we had before the Pinnacle. Great beds in our opinion and we add another 2 to 4 inch foam topper from Costco. We have had a Sleep Number bed in our home for the past 8 years.

I hope this helps but a bed is such a person thing so I recommend you give different beds a test drive. If by chance you are thinking of a foam bed you need to consider the weight you will add to your camper.
We did the exact same thing. The 4" foam topper makes the sleep number and awesome camper mattress. IMO
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I also vote for the Sleep Number Radius King from CW. Not only is it the best mattress I have ever had, it is lighter than any other good mattress I was able to find.
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I agree with the foam topper from Costco. We added a 3" topper and loved it so much we also have one on the bed at home. Couldn't live (sleep) without it! It was also easy to cut down to the trailer short queen size with my electric knife, but don't tell my DW.
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What kind of mattress do you have at home? ( please don't say waterbed or 12 inch temerpedic )

For the few extra lbs, the good night sleep is worth it, so if it fits, go with it.
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We've thought about the foam topper, but after sleeping on the mattress for a couple of months during our winter travels it has a depression where you normally lay. So its probably to late for that option.
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We added a king sleep number and found it at PPL motorhomes for hundreds less than CW. Think we bought it on special. We sleep on the same mattress at home and love it.
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A company called "The Original Mattress Factory" will custom make sizes for a nominal additional fee. (Ours was $50 additional for a king bed. The total price for mattress only, no box spring, was $495.) We needed a mattress 71" wide by 76" long to fit the end of our hybrid. We had to modify the dinette area some but it is well worth it. The mattress we chose is their "classic". It is their lower end model but is very firm and comfortable and can be flipped to even out the wear. Using it only when camping, it should last as long as we do. LW
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