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Thickness of the standard cushions in twin configuration on Elite II


ZLarryb

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47 minutes ago, ZLarryb said:

Does anyone know how thick they are?

Your best bet - just to make absolutely sure - would be to ask your sales agent at Oliver.

However, historically the standard cushions have been 4 inches thick.

Bill

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20 minutes ago, topgun2 said:

However, historically the standard cushions have been 4 inches thick.

Yea on our 2023 they were indeed 4”

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2023 Elite II, Hull# 1386, Lithium Platinum Package (640AH, 400W Solar, 3000W Xantrex Inverter)
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23 minutes ago, ZLarryb said:

Thanks all, we are really getting excited.

I'm sure you are! Less than 4 weeks now. It'll be a just "a bit late Christmas" for you. 

Cushions in our 2008 are the historically used 4". We do use a memory foam topper, 1.5 inch. A queen topper, cut down, and cut in two, if you ordered twins, would work fine if you find you want one. We like the added memory foam comfort. 

Which configuration did you order?

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FOR THE TWIN BEDS;  We went with 6" memory foam.  4" would be a better choice should we ever need to replace them.

GJ

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TV:  2019 F-150 SuperCrew Lariat, 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Tow, FX-4, Rear Locker      OLLIE:  2018 OE2 Hull 342, Twin Bed.    OLLIE DYI’s:  BB LiFePO4's, Victron 712 Smart, 350 Amp Master Switch, Houghton 3400, Victron Orion DC - DC, 3000-Watt Renogy Inverter, P.D. 60-amp Converter, Frig Dual Exhaust Fans, Kitchen Drawer Straps.    TV DYI’s:  2 5/16" Anderson System, Timken Bearings, Nitto recon’s, Firestone Rear Air Bags, Bilstein 5100’s, Mud Flaps & Weather Tech all.

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JUST THE BEDS.

But I recommend using just a 4" topper over the stock mattreses.  It would bed less expensive and less troublesome for forragng under the beds and quite comfortable as well.

GJ

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TV:  2019 F-150 SuperCrew Lariat, 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Tow, FX-4, Rear Locker      OLLIE:  2018 OE2 Hull 342, Twin Bed.    OLLIE DYI’s:  BB LiFePO4's, Victron 712 Smart, 350 Amp Master Switch, Houghton 3400, Victron Orion DC - DC, 3000-Watt Renogy Inverter, P.D. 60-amp Converter, Frig Dual Exhaust Fans, Kitchen Drawer Straps.    TV DYI’s:  2 5/16" Anderson System, Timken Bearings, Nitto recon’s, Firestone Rear Air Bags, Bilstein 5100’s, Mud Flaps & Weather Tech all.

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On 12/17/2023 at 2:18 AM, ZLarryb said:

I have built a simple insert for the space between the beds for those "special" occasions...

Can we see some pictures?        Of the insert that is!  🙂

GJ

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TV:  2019 F-150 SuperCrew Lariat, 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Tow, FX-4, Rear Locker      OLLIE:  2018 OE2 Hull 342, Twin Bed.    OLLIE DYI’s:  BB LiFePO4's, Victron 712 Smart, 350 Amp Master Switch, Houghton 3400, Victron Orion DC - DC, 3000-Watt Renogy Inverter, P.D. 60-amp Converter, Frig Dual Exhaust Fans, Kitchen Drawer Straps.    TV DYI’s:  2 5/16" Anderson System, Timken Bearings, Nitto recon’s, Firestone Rear Air Bags, Bilstein 5100’s, Mud Flaps & Weather Tech all.

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Sorry, did not see your post.  So here are a couple of pictures.  I am a bit concerned about stability but I think with the cushion it will be okay.  Also, no claims to be a master carpenter just want some options, pickup next Wednesday so we will see.  Second picture looks lopsided but I set it up unlevel in the drive.

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