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Old 08-16-2012, 03:58 PM   #29
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Good Luck in your quest. We too are looking for a replacement mattress for our 5-iver. We've had Sealy Posterpedic's for over 40 years and only had one that didn't fit our needs and that was one we purchased with too thick a 'pillow-top'.

We found that Sealy DOES MAKE a 'short queen' for the RV industry but only for manufactures of RV units, NOT for the general public. So far, dealers are telling us that they can not order just a mattress.

I'll be watching this thread as we're still in need of a new mattress also.
Hi! I finally ended up with the Innerspring EuroTop mattress from Camping world. Slept on it the last 5 nights and it's awesome. The first night was a little "iffy" but that's likely because I had not allowed sufficient time for the mattress to 'rest' after being rolled up in a box. The next 4 nights were great! A home run for ~$350.
Thanks everyone for your comments and suggestions.

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Old 08-16-2012, 04:13 PM   #30
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We bought the 11" one from these folks and are real happy with the results. This is our 2nd season with it. It's not hot or anything but comfortable. We have a Tempurpedic at home.

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Old 08-16-2012, 10:04 PM   #31
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We put a Boyd 512 in our motorhome. Nice, and didn't break the bank. I went with queen to replace the sleep number bed. Is 2 inches longer, and no issues. Is delivered to the door in a box that will fit into the motorhome. I took it out of the box, layed it out on the bed platform, cut the wraping straps and unrolled the mattress. In about 6 hrs it was totally released and ready to sleep on.
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:34 AM   #32
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Thanks for the great information here. After reading this thread (and spending 4 restless nights on our mattress) we splurged and ordered a Eurotop Innerspring from CW for our MH.

I pondered the memory foam topper, but since it is $130 and our mattress is 11 years old...I figured it was time to splurge on a new one. I'll let you know how it goes once we install it and test it out in 2 weeks.
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Old 09-23-2012, 02:23 PM   #33
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Our trailer is so small we leave the dinette in the bed position all the time. The cushions are okay, but not great. So we got a mattress pad thing from CostCo and that works until we upgrade. I thin the queen sized on was about $100. Affordable, comfortable and warm.

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