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Old 03-22-2006, 08:41 PM   #1
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We need to replace the twin mattresses for our 1960 Ambassador. We also need to obtain some type of foam padding for the factory "Pullman" style bunks. Any suggestions or suppliers?
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Old 03-22-2006, 08:50 PM   #2
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Help,
We need to replace the twin mattresses for our 1960 Ambassador. We also need to obtain some type of foam padding for the factory "Pullman" style bunks. Any suggestions or suppliers?
I just got a new foam set that is very very comfortable. Feel free to e-mail me for details on how to get it etc.
If you can post some pictures of the needed sections, then it would be easier to identify.
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Old 03-22-2006, 09:08 PM   #3
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sleep number...

we recently replaced the OEM queen in our 30' with a sleep-number air mattress. My 'princess-and-the-pea' - who also has a herniated disc - said it might be better than our $3,000 pillowtop in the house! And that was after the first night, when most people say these things take some getting used to.

Just be sure to give them a couple of weeks to air out! They're really smelly!
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We had a local mattress company make the mattresses for us. They did this for our Tradewind and now for our Motor Home. each were custom to our specs, in fact with the motor home I even specified thickness. I am certain there must be a shop out there which can do the same. The name of the company we dealt with was Verlo.
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