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Old 09-13-2006, 08:45 AM   #1
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Twin 34x75 bedding supplier?

Hi,
I am a new owner of a 1990 Airsteam Excella. The previous owner had twin beds installed. The size is 34x75 and there are rounded corners on one end. Need to know if special bedding is made for these beds, or just to buy standard 34x75 bedding. Would also like to puchase bed spreads in this size.
The depth is about 8 inches.

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Bob
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:04 AM   #2
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The AS corporate store has the sheets but according to my wife it was a waste of money buying them. She re-bought regular twin sheets and folds them under. Same with a bedspread.

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Old 09-13-2006, 09:18 AM   #3
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Hello Bob -- Welcome to the Forums!

Don't know about your exact floorplan. If the beds are in the back corners maybe just one corner of the mattress is rounded? If so you'll need a custom mattress. There is no common national source for these that I have heard of. Everyone's hometown has several custom mattress manufacturers -- a number of members have spoken about finding good product & service at these. An inflatable (but pricy!) alternative is http://www.bearbeds.com/airstream.html -- search on 'bearbed' to see some member reviews.

This length twin is similar to long twins in most dorm rooms. Check out J.C. Penney's for XL twin sheets. We use them unmodified.
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Old 09-17-2006, 06:33 PM   #4
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I have twin beds in our 92 Excella and we were given the original spreads when we bought the trailer. They are cut(rounded) to fit the same shape as the mattress. I don't think it really fits much better than a normal bed spread. I would not spend any extra money for them because I don't think the tailoring justifies the additional expense.
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