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Posted: 04/24/12 09:09am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

MarcW wrote:


As far as WDs go... the new staked units do a great job and are worth every penny and inch of space for travelers who do not want to spend time in crappy laundrymats.
I certainly agree with this. Its not only the crappy laundrymats but also the creepy type people you find there.

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Our 2005 40' Sportscoach has a pillow top household size King size bed. The bed and the paint scheme was what sold DW (-:

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Posted: 04/24/12 09:28am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our TS has one. Seen lots of new coaches with the king bed.

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A king bed was one of the 'must haves' when shopping for our current coach. Our Damon has a full size king memory foam mattress.

And a tv in the living room, not over the driver's head.


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Ours came with a queen. There was spare room either side of the factory mattress - we did a special order at a local mattress dealer and got one made to measure; we're just an 1" shy of a Cal King now

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ours has a king size bed, and it too would be mandatory on our next coach as well


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Ours came from factory with king air controlled bed, residential washer/dryer (220v) and residential refrigerator.


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Well momma says it's got ta have a King Size bed and a washer dryer or she don;t want it.

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Interesting. We have a King and we don't have a WD. If I had it to do over, I'd have a Queen and I still wouldn't have a WD. The WD would be weight and space better spent. Our 'King' is a short king, but there is an easy fix for that, get a piece of foam that makes up the difference, make or have made a cover for it and store it as a Bolster. When you set up, just slide the mattress down and put the 'bolster' at the head. I wish that Winnebago would have turned the bed 90 degrees so that it raced fore and aft as opposed to athwart ships. Then the spare tire compartment could have been accessed from the rear as opposed to the drivers side.


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We just have a queen bed, and the splendide wash/dryer. We were in an rv parts store one day and they had an rv 110 dryer new taken out of a fiver. The splendide washes fine but the dryer took a long time. Now DW is happy as heck because the dryer works as good as the one in our house.


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