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Old 02-14-2016, 11:28 PM   #1
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Anyone Know of A Travel Trailer with a full length queen

Our TT, like most I have seen, has the shortened version of a queen sized bed. That doesn't work for me.

Anyone know of a travel trailer that has a full length queen sized bed?
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Can't point you towards a specific TT

Our 5vr came with an RV Queen and because we were going FT that was not going to work for me.
Swapped mattress out for a FULL Size TempurPedic Queen.
It hung over end of bed but then again so did my feet
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Old 02-15-2016, 01:24 AM   #3
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YES!! The one we are looking at...
2016 Lance model 2285 & 2295 , both have real queen mattress!! No shorties or radius corners.
The a look.
They are 24' trailers. Just different floor plans.
Dry weight under 5,000.
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Old 02-15-2016, 06:22 AM   #4
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Scrapperjohn, thanks for pointing us at the Lances. Those are the bed lengths I'm looking for, but I'm looking for a slightly longer trailer. That points me in a better direction. Thank you.

Old Biscuit, we've replaced the camper mattress with a full length mattress that hangs over just a bit, but our TT doesn't really have room left to get around it, so I was looking for one that was designed with that in mind.
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Old 02-15-2016, 07:16 AM   #5
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Those are the bed lengths I'm looking for, but I'm looking for a slightly longer trailer..
How long?

While not in the majority, there are plenty of trailers from just about every manufacturer with full size queens. It depends on a given floorplan. Pick a brand you like and look at their website.
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Old 02-15-2016, 10:28 AM   #6
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The Winnebago Minnie TT has a 60"x80" bed. For a larger trailer look at their ultralite or instinct models.
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They aren't sold in Alabama, but for anyone else that might be researching this, Outdoors RV/Nash/Arctic Fox offers queen size beds.
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I was in the same boat and just upgraded to a Keystone Sprinter Campfire 31BH. It has a full 60X80 queen.
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Old 02-15-2016, 01:22 PM   #9
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Coachmen Freedom Express has full length queen beds.
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full size mattress

we have a fr micro lite 21fbrs love it full size mattress semi walk around..
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Old 02-16-2016, 03:42 PM   #11
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Been thinking the same about mine. I think I could squeeze a fullsize queen into my murphy bed. The mattress can slide back a bit as I close it.

What is the difference in size between RV and fullsize queen?

I am 6'-0", and could sure use the extra inches.
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I have replaced the RV Queen mattress in all of our units with a full size queen residential mattress. The extra overhang on the end does not usually create a concern for sleeping (my feet are not that heavy); however we have been careful not to sit on the end of the bed with the extra overhang.

If I remember correctly, RV Queen is 74? and regular is 80 - difference of 6 inches. Sheets are easier to buy and they fit better.

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Ours is a murphy bed, and when we have the bed down, we pull the mattress down to cover that sharp edge of the frame (the corner always gets us in the thigh when we get down off the bed, and scratches us). Then we have to put a huge body pillow at the top end to keep the mattress down, and to keep our cat from crawling down into that storage space under the bed.

I have a fullsize queen mattress in the house (a little thicker than normal, though). I will take it to the trailer this weekend and try it out.

I am betting that as I lift up the murphy bed, I can leave the strap that holds it all together loose enough that the mattress will start to slide when the bed is 1/2 to 2/3 of the way up, and slide down enough to be flush with the end of the frame, and the head end will slip down into storage.

Might be able to lose the pillows at the head to keep the cat out, too!

Excited!!! Will let you guys know what I find.
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Seems like a lot of TT's that have the bed situated such that the head of the bed is in a slide have a full length mattress. Ours has a full size king...looking forward to using it as we just picked it up Saturday when it was all of 7 degrees here in Indiana.
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