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Old 01-22-2013, 05:06 PM   #15
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My wife doesn't always go camping with me, and sometimes just a bunch of us guys want to go somewhere. They aren't all that excited about sleeping with me. That is why I specifically bought a motorhome with twin beds. It works well for me. However, my motorhome was originally built with a sideways queen bed and somewhere in its history someone converted it to twin beds. There is a fresh water tank under the driver side bed and the rear coach heater under the other bed. Either could easily be repositioned to go back to a queen.

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Old 03-17-2013, 07:38 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Murf2u View Post
Ours has twin beds too, a corner double in the back, and a queen over the cab for when I snore too much for the DW or her migraines act up and she can't sleep.
Yup Yup works for us.

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Old 03-17-2013, 07:50 PM   #17
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I converted the queen bed in back to twins. That's for uor grandson & son When we camp My wife & I awaken early & fix our coffee, & go out for an early morning walk, with the dogs. the kids never get up before 9:00 & we got tired of climbing over them to get things together in the morning. We have an 84" magic bed flexsteel so we're much more comfortable in the huge salon than in that tiny room in back.
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:28 PM   #18
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Our first MH was a Class C (Tioga) with twin beds in the rear, a convertable dinette, and of course the loft over the cab. Our two children shared the twin beds in the rear, wife and I usually on the dinette, often in the cabover. Those twin beds were wonderful for the kids. If we were starting out again with young children, our choice would be a coach with twin beds.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:21 PM   #19
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I was speaking to a friend who got a screaming bargain of a deal on a C with twins in the rear this summer.

At the time his comment was "we'll try it and see how it works but neither of us like the idea" meaning he and his wife.

I asked him this weekend (we're both prepping to head south for an air show in 3 weeks) if they've gotten used to the twins. His answer left me chuckling. Apparently the lack of snuggling, and the narrower beds (they each nearly rolled themselves out onto the floor a few times) was too much to endure. So he modified the two bed frames to accept a piece of 3/4"" plywood between the beds, just like the dinette collapses, then had a new custom fit mattress made to fit wall-to-wall.

He said they had taken turns sleeping against the wall in the clipped-corner double in their previous C, so climbing out over the bed was nothing new to either of them..

On the other hand a 'Super King' mattress was down-right luxurious!!!! LOL

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