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Old 10-20-2013, 10:19 PM #1
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Air Mattress in 4Runner?

I have a 2012 LE, and am going to pickup an air mattress to toss in the back for camping. Does anyone know what size, or a particular brand/model would fit best in the back with the seats folded down??
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I bought a cheap one at Walmart (Intex brand?) in the twin size a few months ago and used it for the 2nd or 3rd time last night.
I don't remember the exact dimensions, but its approx 74" x 39". Width is not an issue; you'll have several inches to spare. Length is tight. I air it up from the back hatch with the front of the air mattress resting on top of the folded back seat. With the back hatch closed, I open the back door and jam the mattress down so that it lies flat. If you're about 5'9" or shorter, it'll be perfect.

I'm a hair under 6' and I can't stretch out fully in the 4runner unless I lay diagonally which doesn't work with the air mattress. I'm going to try one of the more compact backpacking mattresses and see if it'll fit diagonally.
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I've been looking at truck-bedz.com air mattresses.
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You might ask @J-BlickPhoto what he uses (as seen in his post under "What did you do to/in your 5th Gen Today?")

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I use this: Amazon.com: Coleman Packable SUV Quickbed: Sports & Outdoors

It fits if you don't inflate the "pillow/head" section.
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i have a coleman twin mattress.. fits perfect.. it sticks out a little.. but when you shut the tailgate door it snugs right in place.. i used blankets and stuff to fill in the sides when my gf and i slept in there on it..
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Thanks guys. I was checking out the Coleman, and based on the dimensions we have to work with that appears to be a great option.
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I just came across these air pads made by ALPS, which also seem like a good alternative. Anyone ever used one?

Amazon.com: ALPS Mountaineering Comfort Series Air Pad: Sports & Outdoors
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This is the one 4Runner accessory I haven't seen yet on this site
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Take the seat bottoms out, use the internal pump to blow the mattress up (all 4Runners have the amp in the back, right?)
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