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Old 02-10-2016, 01:12 PM   #11
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IIRC, the front bunk is a queen and the rear is a double. Both beds should be hinged at the same height off the floor but, as KMP44 said, the front door can be larger due to the slope of the front wall.
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Regarding your leaks, where are they coming from? On our previous 2010 Roo 23SS, I found that the screws securing the bed door frame were not put in at right angles to the frame, nor were they countersunk, so the screw heads stuck out and prevented a really good seal. I replaced the white seal around the bunk doors and the black pads on the latches and it helped.
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Thanks I saw the same thing with the screws, but also notice the hing itself can leak. FR but a drain but if the trailer is tilt up the water just goes inside. I have a fix for this, but I will also store the trailer level. My fifth wheel had a non-crowned roof so it was always stored with a tilt.
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Ops I also forgot to say that the brochure says both beds are 60x 80. Not so for the back bunk
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If you have a Dremel type tool you could try to grind the protruding part of the screw head down a bit for a better seal as long as it doesn't affect being able to remove the screw. I found that trying to re-seat the screw was impossible.
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You say you bought a 2010, so it's used. I'm wondering if someone put a larger mattress in your front bunk, or a smaller one in the rear, for some reason.

Brochure says bunk is 60 x 80, but my actual mattress was 60 x 72. If it had been 60 x 80, the ends of the mattress would have been flush with the sides of the bunk door and would have interfered with the cable supports.
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You say you bought a 2010, so it's used. I'm wondering if someone put a larger mattress in your front bunk, or a smaller one in the rear, for some reason.

Brochure says bunk is 60 x 80, but my actual mattress was 60 x 72. If it had been 60 x 80, the ends of the mattress would have been flush with the sides of the bunk door and would have interfered with the cable supports.
I thought the same thing.
I've never measured the mattresses or doors but our 23SS mattresses are exactly the same size. The DW likes to stack them to sleep on.
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my 2016 has both the same size because all we have are queen size sheets, in house ,camper and our hunting cabin
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Yep all of you correct, I should have check what my wife had done. The back bunk looked bigger than the one in the kiwi. The big of buying a roo was the bigger beds.
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Yep all of you correct, I should have check what my wife had done. The back bunk looked bigger than the one in the kiwi. The big of buying a roo was the bigger beds.
Not sure what you're saying.
Are the Roo's mattresses RV queens or not?
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