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Old 05-30-2015, 01:22 PM   #1
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Bunk bed size in Class A ?

I've seen some newer Class A's with a set of bunk beds in the rear slide out area. Just wondering if anybody has one of these RV's? If so how big (wide / long) are the mattresses? They look small in the pictures I've seen. Also how much head room do you have between the bunks?

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they work fine, probably a 'single' mattress size- our two boys 12 and almost 15 use them - they like um due to more privacy, their own space, and their own TVs, etc. Though our front drop down electric queen bunk is bigger, it serves us better as storage space - bunk headroom is enough to lay down in, not really enough to sit up in, though the top bunk does fold down if you want to use the bunk area as a 'couch' for the kids(we also have a place for a tv or computer screen that mounts across the hallway for just this situation). When the closet doors are closed, they both have some 'privacy' - each also has his own window too

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In our 35-J Sightseer they are both 30" X 73". There is enough head room to sit up and watch tv in both...maybe a little more in the lower bunk. I've tried it myself and it's good. Not all the bunk models are "standard" and I've found what you have (some are too small except for little kids.)
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The bunks in our Berkshire are big enough for an adult that is under six feet. We have had adults sleep in the bunks with no issues.
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