DJM: I think I'm going to have the same challenge when I go to the Pomona show in October. Perhaps I'll have to "forget" my wallet.
We have a 2010 Phoenix 2400. It was slightly used when we bought it in June of this year. The original air bed did not hold pressure well. We found a queen size air bed with a built in pump at a Coleman outlet for $49. (For that price we bought a spare one). It is an extra tall one. We have been on the road with it for two months and we love it! I tend to have back problems. At home we have a memory foam mattress but the air bed is more comfortable and my back problems went away. One potential problem with the couch is the use of cotter pins that may poke wholes in the bed. I replaced them with small key rings.Martin
no driving down to Hershey for me both interstate 81 and 80 are closed both ways because of flooding. 10 inches of rain in the last 3 days!!!. First earthquakes, then Hurricane Irene, now flooding...when are the locusts coming.... Not to mention I heard Hershey is flooded too, I wonder how the show is going?DJM[/]quote We were planning on taking 84 to 81 South on our way back home to Florida on Sunday. This puts a crimp in our plans. I went on PA DOT website and they indicated 81 North is closed between MM90 and MM100. Do you have any info on Southbound? Thanks.Judi and George
We don't have the memory foam but the air mattress. Replaced the original air mattress with an extra tall Coleman air mattress with built in pump. Works great for us with a Travasak.