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Posted: 01/10/10 02:43am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very very nice, if I could do that on mine, I would be satisfied, but with a side sofa floorplan, not much can be done [emoticon]


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Terrific job bobwalter...[emoticon]

What are the measurements (length X width) of each twin bed?


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Good job! That getting up issue is what decided us on the PW Excel TD. Nobody wakes anybody when we get up to use the restroom. I swear I sleep better in the "twin" bed than I do at home. Especially when it is cool enough to use the Travasaks.


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HTRJ,
The beds are 27" wide by 72" long and 4" thick with medium firm mattress foam. They sleep very comfortably.

booster,
I actually have 14" clearance under the beds.

Thanks to all for the comments.

Bob


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bobwalter wrote:

HTRJ,
The beds are 27" wide by 72" long and 4" thick with medium firm mattress foam. They sleep very comfortably.

booster,
I actually have 14" clearance under the beds.

Thanks to all for the comments.

Bob


Thanks for the info Bob...[emoticon]...OT: Ever get to 'Bizzaros' pizza in Melbourne?

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