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    Does it matter what side the head end is for a WWM DL? the end with DL the opening or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gastar View Post
    Does it matter what side the head end is for a WWM DL? the end with DL the opening or not?
    Does it have the knotty mod? If so, it is designed to lay in one direction. If not it probably doesn't matter.

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    Yes it does , head left. My question is asking if the DL opening is designed to go at head or foot end or if it matters.

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    Hmm, is there an opening on both ends, you'd think so because you can lay from either end, head left, feet right.

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    I don't think it matters - a pad opening is a pad opening.

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    I for some reason find one end more comfortable than the other in my Camper w/o knotty. Maybe its a suspension thing?

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    I typically have mine at the head end mainly to be able to reach in and make adjustments on the placement of the pad. It shouldn't matter as far as comfort is concerned.
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