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Old 09-21-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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Can a longer queen bed be used vs. the 60 x 75? Can a 60 x 80 fit?
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:22 AM   #2
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Can a longer queen bed be used vs. the 60 x 75? Can a 60 x 80 fit?
Hi Retsun,
Yes and no. I read on another forum where someone did this but had to lift the mattress at an angle to close the bedroom slide. When the bedroom slide is in the end of the 60x75 just fits in under the wardrobe. It is really up to you if you want to do that. Another option would be to put a sleep number type bed in there and just deflate it before you close the slide.
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Old 09-24-2012, 03:32 PM   #4
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Mind if I follow up with a few more questions?
Primarily, what is the CCC of your Cambria? I'm thinking of getting a Cambria but keep reading that with the 30C, three slides, levelers, small dogs, etc. there's very little wiggle room for much other than people in the Cambria. Is that true?

Not planning on fulltiming in it, but do want to carry clothes, dishes, and two people, two dogs and their toys.

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Oh, and thanks for insight re: mattress. At 6', don't mind if feet hang off a bit, but prefer to have a tad longer mattress.
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Maddawgs:
Mind if I follow up with a few more questions?
Primarily, what is the CCC of your Cambria? I'm thinking of getting a Cambria but keep reading that with the 30C, three slides, levelers, small dogs, etc. there's very little wiggle room for much other than people in the Cambria. Is that true?

Not planning on fulltiming in it, but do want to carry clothes, dishes, and two people, two dogs and their toys.

Hi retsun,
The sticker on my door says 1716 pounds CCC after 2 adults of 154 pounds each, full load of fuel, fresh water, and propane. Mine is a 2011 and I know they reconfigured in 2012 so it may be different. We can and have traveled with four adults (ours has two queen beds- 1 in the bedroom and another airbed in the living room couch). With the slides open this thing is huge and with the slides in you have access to everything but half the kitchen sink and the 2 drawers just below it. We travel with two minpins (the maddawgs) and keep ours fully stocked at all times. In two years now we have not used all the available storage yet-even when we travel with 4 adults.
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Oh, and thanks for insight re: mattress. At 6', don't mind if feet hang off a bit, but prefer to have a tad longer mattress.
You should be ok, the mattress is good up to 6.2.
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