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anyone ever put a mattress in it?

hey guys, i'm goin camping soon and would like to put a mattress in my armada. i know someone's done this before! Any suggestions on what size/kind fits the best?

thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 10 Old 12-27-2012, 11:06 AM
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A twin size will fit with room available still. I think a full size is the Max you can fit.



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Surprisingly, we were able to fit a queen size mattress inside the armada. I helped out my brother-in-law a couple years back when he purchased one from Ikea. I couldn't see my rear view mirror but I didn't have to move my seat forward either.

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cool, thanks guys appreciate the info.
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cool, thanks guys appreciate the info.
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Here u go.

http://www.cabelas.com/bed-bath-airbeds-5.shtml

http://www.autoanything.com/truck-te...A3673A0A0.aspx

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I layer a few blankets in the back and use sleeping bags on top of that. I get to keep all the headroom that way. Awesome that our trucks are so flat with the seats down.

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Surprisingly, we were able to fit a queen size mattress inside the armada. I helped out my brother-in-law a couple years back when he purchased one from Ikea. I couldn't see my rear view mirror but I didn't have to move my seat forward either.
Yeah I was amazed when my queen size one fit in there

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awesome. thanks for the help guys. appreciate all the info! and i wish you all a happy new year!
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I always carry my Queen Sized air up mattress and my battery powered air compressor in my truck at all times. I'm single, so.. ya just never know lol

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