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Old 05-25-2014, 10:38 AM   #1
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Mattress questions

Curious. We are contemplating selling our Class A and buying a 5th wheel. The class A has a coil mattress in the pull out bed in the front room. The 5th wheel we are looking at is a Montana and the pull out bed is an air mattress. What are your feelings, if any on the air mattress or even the Montana. Thanks for your input.

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I found the air mattress to be very comfortable, but having to get out of bed twice each night to reinflate it to be a pain in the a**..

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An air mattress is not for everyone, you really have to try it at least sit on it if possible. But the comfort level of many mattresses can be improved by adding a good quality memory foam mattress cover.
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Old 05-26-2014, 08:43 AM   #4
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We have a Montana 3400RL and have been living in it for the past 4 years. We love the layout and it is holding up to full-time living very well. Ours is a 2006 and so have the foam mattress in the pull-out so cannot comment on the mattress question.
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