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Old 03-01-2011, 09:16 PM   #1
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mattress question

Hey, the 2008 Jayflight G2 29bhs is in storage for the winter about 45minutes away from home. I measured the mattress before putting it up for the winter but have lost my paper with the measurements. Do anyone know the size of their queen mattress? I believe it is 60x 74 but I see there is also a 60 x 79 out there too. We are getting ready to order a new mattress. Any one have any suggestions or experiences with after-market Rv mattressess. I was looking at the euro-pillow top by Paramount.
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:41 PM   #2
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Hey, the 2008 Jayflight G2 29bhs is in storage for the winter about 45minutes away from home. I measured the mattress before putting it up for the winter but have lost my paper with the measurements. Do anyone know the size of their queen mattress? I believe it is 60x 74 but I see there is also a 60 x 79 out there too. We are getting ready to order a new mattress. Any one have any suggestions or experiences with after-market Rv mattressess. I was looking at the euro-pillow top by Paramount.
Normal RV queen is 76x60. Normal house queen is 80x60.

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Old 03-19-2011, 07:23 AM   #3
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There are a few sizes of RV beds out there, but if you haven't bought your new mattress yet consider Quest RV mattresses on the web, we bought one from them and are very happy and they offer different styles, we recommend them!
http://www.exceldistributors.com/rv-...-mattress.html
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Old 03-19-2011, 08:38 PM   #4
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I put a 2" memory foam topper on mine and it made all the difference in the world. Bought a normal queen and cut it to size. It was only $70 compared to several hundred for a new bed. If I had the cash though a nice new bed would sure be nice....
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We use a Standard home mattress it fits just right in the 320RLDS. Its so nice haveing a $800 mattress in our condo on wheels. What a differance it makes at night...
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We are using a foam topper and so far it is working good.
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