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Old 02-01-2013, 03:02 AM   #11
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I don't know what specs you were looking for on that mattress, I can tell you it's great. When we toured the factory she told me a lot of the workers buy them for their house, I am 6'4 240lbs mattress normally develop dips from me in a quick amount of time, and I buy high end mattress because I want to sleep good. This thing still makes love to my body when I get in it and no dips and its been 8 months.
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:01 AM   #12
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Just wondering thickness of mattress to know what sheets will fit.
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:38 AM   #13
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Old 02-01-2013, 05:35 PM   #14
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Thanks for the info.
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:49 AM   #15
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We are using Regular King size sheets without any problems on our Mattress. Seems to fit ok even though it is an RV king size.
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We are using Regular King size sheets without any problems on our Mattress. Seems to fit ok even though it is an RV king size.
I don't know if you saw it on the other post I left but the wife found that on the mattress pad and fitted sheet they fit even better turning them the other way
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Old 02-17-2013, 11:27 PM   #17
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We got ours with the bells & whistles sans awning toppers caused with the wind we get around TX the seem to generate more noise than anything else. With the crappy roads you'll pull it down, the TrailAir pin box will save you many aches & pains plus save your coach chassis to boot! Forget the bike hitch unless your an avid Armstrong type, you can do better in the after market or local welding shop.

We're livin & lovin our creek (2013 36 CKTS). Pulled her almost 11,000 miles & spent 15 weeks in her the first 10 months. We have about 8800 miles planed so far for this year.

Travel safe & enjoy your journeys!
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Old 05-26-2013, 01:43 PM   #18
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We want to go next week to order our 36ckts but still not sure what to get in it and if its a good unit sounds to me like you really love it as well as some of the others that have commented we were not going to get the 2nd AC but sounds like it is worth it not sure what to do? Help
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We looked at allot of 5ers over the last 3 years. To us, the CC appears to be the biggest bang for the buck. Just under the high end 5ers... I like the exterior wall construction and overall fit and finish. There is room around the bed even with the king bed. Plus space for everyday stuff, like trash cans, and a laundry hamper. We ordered a 36 CKTS last week. Got the 9cuft fridge, DW likes the extra pantry space, plus I want 4ea 6volt batteries to run the coach not the fridge. Conv Oven, Heat pump, 2nd AC, Stacked W/D, 80" sofa, 6 point leveling, Slide toppers w/cvr, Trump King mattress, Trail Air, rear bike hitch, Thermopane windows., extra carpet padding.

Can't wait to get it.......
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We want to go next week to order our 36ckts but still not sure what to get in it and if its a good unit sounds to me like you really love it as well as some of the others that have commented we were not going to get the 2nd AC but sounds like it is worth it not sure what to do? Help
What you "need" depends on what type of usage you plan and where you plan to use it. When we bought ours we were not planning to move to SW FL. If we knew that, we would have thermal panes. We did know we were camping in hot climates so we got the bdrm AC. Overall, the Creek is a good choice for comfort and cost. Whatever you get, enjoy.
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