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Old 01-19-2016, 02:51 AM   #31
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It's not so easy if you had gotten rid of to thirty dollar mattress that came with the Moho. We have a TP and it's a heavy son of a gun. That mattress slide looks great. I'm the one that changes the sheets as it's just to hard for my wife.
That's not the real issue though. The problem is tucking in the bedspread. I can see why having that cut out would make it much neater. We ditched the BS in favor of a down comforter. We also tossed the bed spread. Hope that wasn't a mistake when we someday go to sell.
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Old 01-19-2016, 11:33 AM   #32
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We take all the "comes with" bedding off when we get new MH, fold it all up and put it in one of those ziplock vacuum bags and put the bag in the attic. Then when it comes time to trade, open bag, remove bedding: poof! Instant new look!
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Old 01-19-2016, 11:49 AM   #33
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We take all the "comes with" bedding off when we get new MH, fold it all up and put it in one of those ziplock vacuum bags and put the bag in the attic. Then when it comes time to trade, open bag, remove bedding: poof! Instant new look!

We had the same plan and it was working great until we sold the attic. A compromise for full time is no storage. To goodwill it went. Hope it doesn't hurt use when we go to sell.
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I know what you mean about the "tucking in problem". The platform that the mattress sits on is much shorter than the mattress so we have to pull the blanket/comforter way down to have something to hold it down when tucking it in. I have looked for extra long blankets but I can't seem to find any. Even the "California King" type linens don't seem to be long enough. I guess I could stitch an "extra piece" of material along the bottom, but that is A LOT of stitching! I am just not that handy!
Oh well, if I find any great fixes out there I will let y'all know.
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I know what you mean about the "tucking in problem". The platform that the mattress sits on is much shorter than the mattress so we have to pull the blanket/comforter way down to have something to hold it down when tucking it in. I have looked for extra long blankets but I can't seem to find any. Even the "California King" type linens don't seem to be long enough. I guess I could stitch an "extra piece" of material along the bottom, but that is A LOT of stitching! I am just not that handy!
Oh well, if I find any great fixes out there I will let y'all know.
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My plan was to just get rid of this issue at the Tampa show!! Plan was to just buy one of those Prevost and problem be fixed. I be damn if the Provost isn't built with same issue.

So I guess I will modify our bed spread !!

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My plan was to just get rid of this issue at the Tampa show!! Plan was to just buy one of those Prevost and problem be fixed. I be damn if the Provost isn't built with same issue.

So I guess I will modify our bed spread !!

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Russell if you can afford a Prevost I believe they come with maid problem solved ha ha.


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Russell if you can afford a Prevost I believe they come with maid problem solved ha ha.


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You sure about that maid?? Maybe I go ahead and take that Prevost!!

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Got that from a salesperson and we know they never lie.



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Old 01-19-2016, 07:32 PM   #40
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There was a company at the Tampa Show that sold "slide mounts" for the bed. You hit a button, the bed slides out. You make the bed, hit button and bed slides back into it's space.
The company was called: Morryde out of Elkhart, IN
MORryde International, RV Suspensions, TV Mounts, Sliding Trays 574-293-1581

They also sold the elec winding power cord real, but it was only designed for removable elec cord not hard wired cords.
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