Posted 2018-02-16 5:01 AM (#171281 - in reply to #171279) Subject: RE: Mattress replacment
Location: Rayne, LA
? -Like was said you should be able to fold in half or kind of roll up the old one. If it is not good with a little imagination you can remove the old one. Our trailer is like you described with a sliding door closing off the bedroom area and we replaced ours with one like this-- -https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NX8G4LK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Posted 2018-02-16 8:59 AM (#171283 - in reply to #171279) Subject: RE: Mattress replacment
Easiest way is to take two pieces of rope with a loop thru the end. One person at each end (head/foot), put the rope under the mattress and feed the end of the rope thru the loop. Now roll the mattress like a burrito and tighten the rope as you go. When you have it rolled as tight as you can tie off the rope. Use the rope as a handle and use it to "walk" it out of the trailer.
If you buy a mattress for a trailer, they typically are shrink wrapped into a burrito shape. Put in place, cut the shrink wrap and stand back.
Posted 2019-04-29 3:30 AM (#172357 - in reply to #171279) Subject: RE: Mattress replacment
The factory mattress is very cheap in quality.. It caused me back pain.
So i bought a new queen-sized mattress from https://www.reecoupons.com/view/nest-bedding
it is too comfortable and cozy, i love to sleep in all the time.
Posted 2019-05-08 9:28 AM (#172370 - in reply to #171279) Subject: RE: Mattress replacment
Recently I shifted from my hometown and all my things were shifted to my new home. As my mattresses were in bad condition my mom asked me to buy a new one. Then after searching a lot for new mattresses, I bought pillow top mattresses. However, the advantages they bring are subjective based on a number of factors they have. I suggest these mattresses because they are giving good support, comfort and long-lasting. According to my opinion, this mattress is durable and you can move forward with it.
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Posted 2019-05-14 1:51 PM (#172381 - in reply to #171279) Subject: RE: Mattress replacment
Location: Valentine, NE
If you replace a LQ mattress, be aware that a lot of LQ noises are very low clearance, and the factory mattress is a "low profile". IMO that is why most of them suck-as they are thin for more clearance. But when you put a "normal" mattress in a LQ, expect to lose 2-6" of head clearance.