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Old 03-14-2016, 10:57 PM   #61
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We just bought a new LaCrosse and upgraded to a Denver EuroTop Supreme mattress. It's great. Queen RV size was about $500.

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Old 03-14-2016, 11:53 PM   #62
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Bought entire new 10" memory foam mattress in an rv Queen from sams for 180 about 2 months ago. Measure your length first- only had an inch to spare in length. We sleep better in the rv than we do at home.

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Old 03-20-2016, 08:08 AM   #63
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We put a 4" Gel foam topper from Wal-Mart on the less than dog bed quality mattress that came in our new Avenger TT. It made all the difference in the world. And Gel-foam doesn't hold body heat as bad as memory foam.
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Old 04-15-2016, 06:44 AM   #64
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Rv mattress

We had a similar problem with the queen mattress in our camper. It was too hard for me but wife loves it. So I used rear bunk room queen pullout. Threw the air mattress out and ordered a 12"" thick foam mattress with a sewn on pleated cover that folds in half lengthwise for storing. Loved it almost as nice as my sleep number at home . Bought this one and a 8" thick one for another pul let out couch. These are custom cut to size and are well made. Bit pricey but very comfortable. We just bought a new 5ver yesterday and these are going with us
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Old 04-17-2016, 07:53 AM   #65
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We bought a Brentwood gel mattress for our travel trailer. Great. Loved it so much we replaced our home mattress with one as well.
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Old 06-30-2016, 09:32 PM   #66
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We put a 4 Inch combo topper from Walmart in our motor home and the comfort is beyond belief. I sleep better in the MH than on our memory foam at home. We paid about $149 for it. They suggest you lay it out flat for 23 to 36 hours to allow it to flatten out. Make sure you put the memory foam side up. I put ours under a quilted mattress cover.
I'm a neck/back surgery patient Cervical and lumbar inner body fusions with instrumentation. In other words, I'm full of titanium and the surgery was not a success. I have my share of back and hip pain. The "queen" in the Salem Cruise Lite 261 BH xl was sheer torture for me. So, after one miserable night I got busy. I'm using the same topper that Lexi2007 is using, PLUS a 5 inch feather bed from Overstock. HEAVEN. It's like you're in a little nest. Without the topper and featherbed, the sofa sleeper was more comfortable for me. My 13 year old daughter has no complaints about the bunks. I have not even had the dinette torn down and into bed mode. Might have to give that a shot at some point.

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