Hi Everyone. I have a dilemma regarding mattress replacement. Does anyone out there have experience with the Canadian made "ENDY" short queen RV mattress? We are seriously looking at getting one but just learned that it should not be placed on a solid sheet of plywood as it may trap moisture and it will void the warranty. I confirmed this with ENDY on a web page "live chat". So now I am confused as all of the TT's we have owned have had a solid sheet of plywood under the mattress that can be lifted to access the storage below. Endy tells me that the plywood should be drilled with one inch holes not more than three inches apart and this will provide proper moisture protection and not void the warranty. Any feedback, advice or comment would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Rick
I just purchased a new 2020 29RKS.I wonder if any of you with similar models with the wide slide out experience the same problem. Our unit is parked seasonal at a private camp and on a perfectly level 8' X 8' timber platform under the wheels so all we have to do is level the unit end to end and. Two weeks have passed since setting up and I have noticed that the cab is now out of level 1/2" across the width of the cab.The platform is still level so I think that this is weight cantilever issue. The only resolve I can think of is to put adjustable jacks under the slide beams. To place them under the trailer mainframe would not work as it would create a fulcrum situation and the cantilever weight problem would still be there. HOWEVER, I have been advised by a number of people that jacks should not be placed under the slide beams. Others have said that this is okay. I'm CONFUSED. Also Amazon sells these jacks as "slide out jacks". Any and all feedback is appreciated.
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