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Old 06-10-2014, 11:41 AM   #1
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Just installed a Sleep Number bed!

Just replaced the AS mattress with a Short Queen, radius corner, Sleep Number. Easy install. AS already has a small panel at the head of the bed so I cut a little out of that for the hoses and the pump is underneath, in a portion of the outside accessible storage locker that I could not reach anyhow. The ac cord is plugged in at the nightstand outlet. The 25FB layout is well suited to the install.
While we have not slept on it yet and have not figured out our sleep numbers, it just feels much more comfortable than the AS mattress, more support if desired. After our long trip this year, it was clear that we needed something that allowed us to have different settings. Here is to sweet dreams!
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:39 PM   #2
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We LOVE our sleep number (at home)! I miss it whenever we travel. I am envious! ENJOY!!
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So, how do you like it? We like ours at home and are considering one for the trailer.
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Old 07-03-2015, 05:13 AM   #4
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This has been one of best purchases! Now we each get a good night's sleep. The stock mattress is horrible! Maybe we are just old, but comfortable sleeping is near the top of our list, although we are spoiled by a Dux mattress at home.
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Old 07-03-2015, 06:58 AM   #5
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Larry,
Where did you buy it?
Any photos showing how it fits the platform?
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We are thinking about one. And Camping World has an VERY good price right now.
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Larry, looking at dimensions, they show the radius cut as a 12" cut from the corner in (corned of normal bed, directly toward dead center of bed). That would make the amount of bed taken off on each side quite large. Does a 12" cut sound right to you on your bed?
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Camping World when it was on "sale". No photos as it is a perfect fit for the platform. I believe we got the short queen radius.
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