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Old 02-07-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Hi all! We ordered the CC 36 CKTS and can't wait to get it! My question is...We got the trump luxury king bed. I know the bed is a RV size of 72x80. Does anyone know how thick the mattress is? I want to get a mattress pad for the bed and I want it to fit right. Does anyone have this bed? Where did you get a mattress pad? Sheets? Just want to make sure before I start ordering stuff. Thank you!
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Old 02-07-2013, 11:33 PM   #2
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about 11" thick, she uses normal sheets, she found the fitted sheet and mattress pad fit better turning it the other way and work great
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are you sure the bed is rv size ours is standard size in our trailer. I hate going into our stick house to sleep the trump bed is so comfortable. We have a temperpedic bed here in the stick house and the trump is much more comfortable. We just used the standard queen sheets on ours. When we bought our new cedar creek silverback it was the nicest thing to not have your feet hang over the edge of the bed.
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You should sleep on it first, we have the same Trump King in our 3450 Cardinal and it takes standard king sheets and is very comfortable as is.
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about 11" thick, she uses normal sheets, she found the fitted sheet and mattress pad fit better turning it the other way and work great
Thanks for the info!
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are you sure the bed is rv size ours is standard size in our trailer. I hate going into our stick house to sleep the trump bed is so comfortable. We have a temperpedic bed here in the stick house and the trump is much more comfortable. We just used the standard queen sheets on ours. When we bought our new cedar creek silverback it was the nicest thing to not have your feet hang over the edge of the bed.
The dealer had told us it was a rv size king bed. I can't wait to try this bed with al the reviews I read!
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You should sleep on it first, we have the same Trump King in our 3450 Cardinal and it takes standard king sheets and is very comfortable as is.
I meant to say that I want to buy a mattress cover protector. And as said in the previous post, we can't wait! Thank you!
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