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Old 10-30-2017, 06:03 PM   #31
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Thought it prudent to suggest a quick glance at another thread offering some insight (or different perspective in any case) on the "mattress question"... starts with post #2488

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Old 10-30-2017, 07:21 PM   #32
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How about doing surgery on a temperpedic mattress? You can slice that stuff like butter just check YouTube & if you sleep great you will always want to hit the road?
Note: I am not affiliated with temperpedic but we have two of their can cut it down until it fits your needs.get your turkey carvers out?


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Old 10-30-2017, 10:39 PM   #33
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Can anyone recommend memory foam for penthouse bed?

I just added a klymit double wide air mattress to my upper bunk and very happy with it. One itís makes the bed wider and gives a few inches of comfort. I was the one that posted that in the link he just posted above.

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I have always just put up with how thin my upper bunk padding is and I do like a stiff mattress but itís stiff. So while I was at interbike this year one of the bike packing groups had Klymit gear and a double air pad. This got my interest and when he said the stuff sack is the air pump I was sold and ordered one.

Fast forward to last night when I was able to put in play and itís awesome! The fit when inflated is just inside the crossbars and the length couple inches longer then my bunk. When you put up it does need to be folded in but Iím ok with the trade off. Not to self donít try filling it using the deflate side and make sure itís closed when using the inflate side just saying it works better that way.

I was going to redo my upper bunk but now itís comfy.

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