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Old 05-26-2016, 11:05 AM   #11
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I've got the same bus. Those two vents are for the cooling air and intake air (intake's on the driver's side). That doghouse between the two seats needs to stay put, since it's right over the engine.
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Old 05-26-2016, 11:28 AM   #12
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It's the whole thing is just a bigger dog house than mine looks like but that is also a bigger engine
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Old 05-26-2016, 11:32 AM   #13
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I've got the same bus. Those two vents are for the cooling air and intake air (intake's on the driver's side). That doghouse between the two seats needs to stay put, since it's right over the engine.
I already know what all of it is...never asked about moving any of it...

I asked if a queen bed would fit on top between the vents against the window. Head of bed against window, foot of bed towards the front...
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Old 05-26-2016, 11:34 AM   #14
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I guess...looking closer...I really just need to know how wide the back window is.
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Old 05-26-2016, 11:42 AM   #15
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The average queen mattress is approximately 80" wide.
Get a tape out and measure your space and find a mattress that works.
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Old 05-26-2016, 12:01 PM   #16
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The average queen mattress is approximately 80" wide.
Get a tape out and measure your space and find a mattress that works.
Ok I'm going to say this as nicely as possible but please consider the fact that I'm pregnant and my husband has already pissed me off more than he is allowed to in one day and it's barely noon.

That being said...if I had the ability to walk onto the bus at the moment and measure it myself, I would not be here asking what the dimensions are. I can find the width of a queen mattress on google quite fine, it's the amount of space on the bus I don't currently have in front of me that is my problem.

And a queen is only 60" wide, it's 80" long...
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Ok I'm going to say this as nicely as possible but please consider the fact that I'm pregnant and my husband has already pissed me off more than he is allowed to in one day and it's barely noon.

That being said...if I had the ability to walk onto the bus at the moment and measure it myself, I would not be here asking what the dimensions are. I can find the width of a queen mattress on google quite fine, it's the amount of space on the bus I don't currently have in front of me that is my problem.

And a queen is only 60" wide, it's 80" long...
Well, I needed more coffee. That's my excuse.
Take care, get some rest or whatever.
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Well, I needed more coffee. That's my excuse.
Take care, get some rest or whatever.
It's in the past.
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You guys and your pushers make me want one. I don't know why because I currently only use half of a medium bus. I guess I'd have a couple big couches in there and a home theater that involved more than a wall mounted TV.
Just a little experience, but absolutely never argue with a pregnant woman, and you go girl! You guys are hilarious to read.
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