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Old 05-03-2017, 07:59 AM   #1
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New solaris owner

Hello everyone. Im John and from Ohio. I recently purchased a Sunline T-6323. So far I love it. Im looking at replacing the front bed, anyone help out with what size to use?
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Welcome John!

Something is off about that model number. Following the normal Sunline format, that would make the trailer 63' long, twice as long as the longest Sunline ever built!

The T-2363 is a pretty popular model, but it has a rear bed, not a front bed.

Are you looking to just replace the mattress or all the woodwork and cabinets around it too?
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Welcome John!

Congrats on your new camper. Yes, it seems there might be a typo mix up on the model number or you have a real special one. What year is it?

On the bed, yes, are you just after the mattress or something more? If the mattress is new enough but sleeps hard as a brick, then a memory foam topper can help. If the mattress itself is shot, then memory foam generally cannot fix that and you just need to replace the mattress.

This recent thread by member Twothepoint just went through this. There are some good links there which may help.

Mattress Source - Short Queen

Here is another one
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Once we know which camper you have, we can help back into if you have and RV queen size or a Full size.

Hope this helps and again Welcome!

John (Also from Ohio)
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Old 05-03-2017, 10:34 AM   #4
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Yes. My error. It is a 2363 lite. But the bed is definitely in front by tongue. Just wanna replace the mattress at this time.
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Yes. My error. It is a 2363 lite. But the bed is definitely in front by tongue. Just wanna replace the mattress at this time.
Hmm, so what's in the rear? All the 2363s were generally the same, other than a few '90s ones that had half a dinette with the couch instead of the chair.

Since yours is a lite, it must be a 2000-2006, correct?
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Mine is 2001. U walk in the rear door into the kitchen area. Couch along back wall, chair with a pop up table to the right. To the left, going towards the front is the fridge the clear in front is bedroom with bed
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Mine is 2001. U walk in the rear door into the kitchen area. Couch along back wall, chair with a pop up table to the right. To the left, going towards the front is the fridge the clear in front is bedroom with bed
Hi John,

H'mm I wonder if you have a special or custom order.

You said 2001 T-2363 correct?

The standard floor plan of the T-2363 is different then you describe. See here the 2001 brochure showing the standard T-2363, bed room is in the back. The kitchen being in the front which seems very different then what you are describing with the kitchen in the back. It is like the camper if flipped around 180 degrees.

You can download a copy here Sunline Coach Owner's Club - Sunline Owner's Files - 2001 Sunline Solaris & SR Travel Trailers




I wonder if Sunline made a special flipped version

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It sounds like you're describing the exact mirror image of a 2363. The couch is along the front wall by the tongue, with the kitchen in the middle, then bathroom/refrigerator, and bedroom in the back. Does it look like someone modified it at one time? I can't imagine the factory customizing one enough to reverse the whole floorplan.
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Welcome John from another John. Enjoy your camper!

There's a lot of John's around here
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