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Old 06-14-2010, 03:51 PM   #15
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OK, I was able to determine who the mfg is. Its "Flair Interiors" of Goshen, Ind. They are closed now, I'll call them tomorrow.

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Old 06-21-2010, 06:47 PM   #16
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our matress got a hole in it at one of the seams and I got a Wal Mart special for $25 and worked fine have to have a pump.I dont know how much a new matress like was in the coach,but the pump up from Wal Mart seems to be comforable.My cousins where sleeping on both and didnt mind the ride
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Old 06-21-2010, 07:52 PM   #17
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We have the same Flexsteel with the Air Dream air over coil mattress and it blows up in 30 seconds or so and is the only hide a bed I've ever slept on that is comfortable and you don't feel the bars at all. It came in our Newmar when we purchased the unit new...
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My Essence came with a FlexSteel w/Air Dream queen sofa bed. I put my 90y/o Dad on it and he loved it. It's an air mattress over coil spring mattress. Inflates in about 30 seconds. I would recommend it!
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Old 06-30-2010, 03:23 PM   #19
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Just a quick question to Wm. Patrick Bauer. Are you sure it is a FlexSteel? As I thought mine was but after some investigating I found out it was from "Flair Interiors".I just has and air mattress.
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Just a quick question to Wm. Patrick Bauer. Are you sure it is a FlexSteel? As I thought mine was but after some investigating I found out it was from "Flair Interiors".I just has and air mattress.
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My sofa is by Flexsteel. The mattress is by AirDream. Go to. Sofa Sleeper Replacement Mattress, Air Dream: Air over coil-air spring coil mattress.
Youshould be able to get the mattress to fit your case.
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Old 07-01-2010, 11:50 AM   #21
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My sofa mattress fold up into thirds, and all of it goes in behind the sofa backrest, not under the seat cushion. Just doesn't look like it would fit there. I've been to that website, and I've called them. They wouldn't commit to it fitting, cause it's possibly to thick. Oh well. Thanks,
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Jim and Stewart,
Is this the sofa you are talking about?
Flexsteel Flex-O-Bed Sofas - Product - Camping World
scroll down to see it in action.
Then you use the Air Dream mattress on it.

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i think the air mattress you have was made by "flair" industries. look 'em up on the website
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Old 09-15-2010, 10:31 AM   #24
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Jim and Stewart,
Is this the sofa you are talking about?
Flexsteel Flex-O-Bed Sofas - Product - Camping World
scroll down to see it in action.
Then you use the Air Dream mattress on it.

Thanks,
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Ron, ours looks more like this:


It folds and unfolds like a regular Hide-A-Bed sofa, then you inflate the air part of the mattress using a pump on a valve in the upper right corner of the mattress. It is most like p/n 4618 on p5 with the "majestic air" mattress on p8 of this pdf file.

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I don't understand,, The guys that DON'T have a Tuscany all say the air will fit. All hide a beds aren't created equal. This thing I've got the mattress folds up and drops down behind the sofa backrest, nothing goes under the seat cushion. With the Air mattress its deflated to 5" I don't see how it could fold up and still fit behind the sofa backrest. Mind you, I've got an 08 Tuscany 4079. I can't find any brand name on this sofa, so I don't know what brand it is.

Thanks for helping clear this up.
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Real easy to accomplish, measure the bed you want to put it on. My back bed is a short Queen that means a short queen is 75 inches instead of 80 inches.
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