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Old 08-29-2003, 02:02 PM   #1
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Question Foam vs. innerspring

Simple question, but still weighing the differences between locating a new 03 Bambi to buy or waiting for an '04......Does anyone know if the '04s have an inner spring mattress on the the double bed or is it foam. The 2004 spec sheet off the website says for the 19' Safari (Bambi??? I'm still confused) had a "Foam Mattress". Yet in the 'Interior' page on the site for the 19' Bambi it states "We provide a good innerspring mattress as standard equipment. " Any '04 owners out there???
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Old 08-29-2003, 03:04 PM   #2
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2004 mattress

Hi Stormy:
We have a new 2004 16CCD. The mattress tag reads polyurethane foam 100%. It was manufacured by Michiana Mattress, 110 Industrial Drive, Wakarusa, In 46573.

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Old 08-29-2003, 04:55 PM   #3
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Mine is an interspring, Serta, I believe. It was too hard until I put a padded topper on it. There have been complaints on the forum about hard mattresses.
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Our AS came with an innerspring. Like John's, it was too hard until we caught one of those Camping World memory foam toppers on sale.
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We found the foam mattress very comfortable.
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I have 2 twins. The mattresses are from a twin bed set. Very nice to sleep on. Memory foam would be good also.
Our dogs shelby and Sara like the beds also.
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