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RE: Good RV Mattress for heavier people

Thank you for all the replies! I see that many opt for using a residential mattress. I was under the impression that the weight of a residential mattress wasn't a good ida for an RV due to being hard on suspension and bringing the weight closer to max GVRW, especially pin weight as it is a 5th wheel trailer... but it sounds like it may not be a big deal. I think Costco will be my next stop. Thanks again.
TnTtravelers 07/23/22 03:26pm Fifth-Wheels
Good RV Mattress for heavier people

We're in the market for a new RV mattress. We've lived with the original factory cheapo mattress long enough. Now, DW has suffered a fracture to her back and it is causing difficulty in her sleep, so the search begins. Our mattress is a standard 60"X80" mattress size. We are hoping to receive input on a decent quality, affordable and comfy mattress that will not crush through and leave us laying onto the plywood foundation. (BTW, we are not 110 pound teenagers) Any guidance and/or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
TnTtravelers 07/22/22 10:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: New tires for 5'r

Thanks folks, for your input. GaryP, I do like the idea of "made in USA", hmm. Are the goodyears known for reliability?
TnTtravelers 01/01/22 02:29pm Fifth-Wheels
New tires for 5'r

I was going to trade in my old 2007 Everest fifth wheel but found that my SRW F350 isn't capable of towing the trailer we really want, so I'll be buying new tires for the old 5'r to get a little more use out of it till I eventually upgrade my TV. So, being that the XPS ribs on the trailer now are over 10 years old (still in good appearance) I should replace the tires on the trailer before hitting the road. I haven't been keeping up on which tires are most reliable these days so I'm reaching out for suggestions or what to avoid and recommendations on what tires to purchase. I'd go with the XPS ribs again, as they've been very good and reliable tires, but I'd hate to invest that kind of money into a trailer that will likely be traded in within a year, so I'm thinking I should go with a more affordable ST this time, but still want the most reliable ST tire available. Thanks in advance for any tire suggestions. We're planning a lengthily road trip in a couple of weeks so I will need to get some tires ordered up for the trailer right as soon as I can.
TnTtravelers 01/01/22 01:10pm Fifth-Wheels
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