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Old 12-16-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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What B+ models have a rear corner or fixed bed?
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Old 12-16-2014, 09:49 PM   #2
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You'd probably be looking at small Class C's
Something like this:
23L rear corner bed
http://www.gowinnebago.com/products/2014/trend/
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Although it would be nice to have a fixed bed arrangement, most every rear corner bed I've seen is too small. This one in the Trend, for instance is listed at 49 by 75. That's 5 inches narrower than a standard double bed, and in addition there's a big chunk out of the left foot side.

OK for singles. Not okay for doubles, with the current state of American nutrition.
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Although it would be nice to have a fixed bed arrangement, most every rear corner bed I've seen is too small. This one in the Trend, for instance is listed at 49 by 75. That's 5 inches narrower than a standard double bed, and in addition there's a big chunk out of the left foot side.

OK for singles. Not okay for doubles, with the current state of American nutrition.
And comfort expectations. We started out with a full bed in our home and graduated to a queen bed. Seldom does one go back though at one time we had a king size water bed. As I have aged I believe I am much more intolerant to disturbances and don't sleep as soundly. I need room to flip, twitch and move.

I can't recall a decent RV corner bed, IMO. There is also the have to climb over the spouse problem to get up. I don't have any experience with a corner bed in an RV but have as a guest in someone else's house. I have always winced and wondered how one slept on the side with the corner nipped out when I checked them out.

Let's hear from someone with an RV corner bed. There seem to be a lot of them out there.
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