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Has anyone slept in their blazer?

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by Lone_Wolf » Fri Oct 05, 2018 2:50 pm

Has anyone slept in their blazer? How does a twin air mattress or cot fit? Any photos?
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by BC backroader » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:11 am

I just kicked the passenger seatback all the way down and crashed out there. Mine was an EXT, so a foam or air mattress would probably have fit, but I'd have to move all the "stuff" in the back out and back in, and I'm usually too tired for that after a day in the woods.
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by Miltman » Sun Oct 07, 2018 3:00 pm

I have several times. Found the SWB doesn't like my 6'2" height to stretch out. I use 1-2 self inflating mattresses depend on if just me or my girlfriend is with me. Also found this
https://www.napieroutdoors.com/shop/suv ... ove-61000/
Up and down in 5 minutes. Adds a window with screen for air and a little more room to stretch.
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by GiedriusZ » Sat Oct 13, 2018 6:43 am

We slept in TB.

Lone_Wolf wrote:Has anyone slept in their blazer? How does a twin air mattress or cot fit? Any photos?
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by Beamer » Sat Oct 13, 2018 3:32 pm

Slept in it numerous times. I got a 42" wide 2" thick sleeping pad from Cabela's, I forget the length, but it fits perfectly in my SWB. I am 6'3" and I can stretch out diagonally, no issue. I have removed my rear seat headrests and I remove my rear seat bottoms when I know I am going to sleep inside. Search my posts on both subjects. I like the sleeping pad better than an air mattress as the air mattress doesn't provide any insulation and I would always get cold from the mattress.
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by Flyingfischer5 » Sat Oct 13, 2018 9:23 pm

Looks comfy with that air mattress in there! :thumright: The only time I've slept inside was at rest stops in the passenger seat reclined all the way back. Now I got the Rooftop tent for camping and occasional rest stop so no more passenger sleeping for me.
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