14' Series 14.44-4 Mattress

Prydey

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We've found the difference in firmness between the thicker section closest to the interior and the thinner section that sits on the fold out base, is substantial. The thicker section is noticeably softer. This makes the join stand out quite a bit and it's made worse by the fact the join is not halfway.
We are thinking of adding some kind of topper but not sure this will be enough on its own to hide the join.
What have others done, if anything, to their fold out mattress end?
I'm wondering whether we can take the whole lot out and take it to a mattress manufacturer to see if they can improve it and make it more uniform across the width.
If a topper is used, I'd like one thin enough that it could stay in place when folding it up.

Thanks
 

Prydey

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Apr 24, 2018
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Woodcroft, Adelaide.
Our 2014 14.44-4OB mattress is a 50/50 split.
Oh, ok. I'm guessing the bed base is all the same level once the front is folded down?
The front on our 2013 model, when folded down, sits about 3 inches higher than the area above the front tunnel boot.
The mattress is actually 3 sections. Whoever designed it was obviously on the turps.
 
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Oh, ok. I'm guessing the bed base is all the same level once the front is folded down?
The front on our 2013 model, when folded down, sits about 3 inches higher than the area above the front tunnel boot.
The mattress is actually 3 sections. Whoever designed it was obviously on the turps.
Yes once the front is folded down it is all one level.