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I agree on the bed size. I really like sheets from AB Lifestyles. You can find them on Amazon or on their website. They make sheets in lots and lots of sizes. Our sheets from them have the top sheet with fitted lower corners. Handy for making the bed.
Not sure how you got a 76” long bed in a 2019 rig. Ours is 72x80 in the same model. Bought a couple sets of these 72x80 version sheets and we like them. We also picked up a 72x80 waterproof mattress pad called an Ultraplush and we like that too.
Thus you have discovered some of the perils of the "RV sized" bed. There is no standard like you will find in residential mattresses. Some RV kings/queens are cut at odd angles to fit the space or curved at the head to fit into a 5th wheel front cap. Personally I won't have an "RV" mattress and want a real 60x80 queen. I can replace the substandard mattress the manufacturer put in with a real and comfortable one. I can get bedding anyplace. I can get around the bed to make it.
Many RV kings are put on slightly modified bases to hold the oddity of the mattress. Often that base, just a piece of plywood, can be cut to hold a real queen.