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I am looking at the Sealy Posturepedic Gel Cookshire Ti2 Firm. Will this bed fit in a Murphy bed (ie, a wall bed with pistons for raising it)?

asked Dec 03 '13
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You will need to see what the maximum thickness you can have in the Murphy bed. Also, you need to check the weight to make sure it will operate safely. Murphy beds don't have an industry standard construction so it's best to talk to the retailer you bought it from to get specs.

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Yep, just as Andrew said. Usually, you can expect a maximum depth allowance on a Murphy Bed of up to 11", but there is no industry standard.

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