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Old 10-09-2010, 08:03 AM   #1
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Anyone know of a source for bed spreads available to match (or closely match) the factory originals that were included with Fleetwood's motorhomes?

I've already called Fleetwood and they don't have anything available except for very late model rigs. Plus, even if they did have one available they said the price would be about $550. Wow... I guess that doesn't surprise me though.

I did find the factory in Florida that Fleetwood used, at least on the spread included with our rig, but I can't seem to get through to them. Probably won't sell to a retailer anyway.

In any case if anyones found a supplier, I'd appreciate it.
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I started a similar thread nearly a year ago. Many posted suggestions as to where to get new ones but nothing about a very close match to the OEM. We finally gave up and bought a bed in the bag from Walmart and we're really happy with it on only about $85 lighter.

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When I needed new upholstery for a NRV Dolphin, the factory pointed me to the shop that made the upholstery for them. I visited there in person and they told me that NRV bought the material on rolls and sent them enough to make whatever pieces they ordered. They would be happy to make what I needed, but NRV had to send the material. After several fruitless go-arounds between NRV and shop, I gave up and had a local shop make a piece in a complimentary fabric/color rather than a matching one.

My advice: visit a good local shop and have them make something you like. It's probably time for a decor change anyway.
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Anyone know of a source for bed spreads available to match (or closely match) the factory originals that were included with Fleetwood's motorhomes?

I've already called Fleetwood and they don't have anything available except for very late model rigs. Plus, even if they did have one available they said the price would be about $550. Wow... I guess that doesn't surprise me though.

I did find the factory in Florida that Fleetwood used, at least on the spread included with our rig, but I can't seem to get through to them. Probably won't sell to a retailer anyway.

In any case if anyones found a supplier, I'd appreciate it.
Bob,

When we bought our 2004 Southwind we took the comforter and shams and put them away because they were too heavy and fancy for our use. We totaled our motorhome in June. I still have the comforter and sham. Our motorhome was the Oceanic blue decor. It is the one shown in the 2004 fleetwood brochure. I don't know if that is what you are looking for. We are located in Sacramento, CA.
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