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Old 07-15-2015, 05:00 PM   #11
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WE replaced our sleeper sofa 2 inch mattress that came with the MH.Berkshire.
This is the best ever, even bought another one for out sleeper sofa in our den. Look up Sofa sleeper mattress then air Dream air over coil sofa bed mattress. The Best!!
Pictures of how it inflates and deflates all sizes and fits perfect on our pull out sleeper sofa and VERY comfortable like a regular mattress.
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Old 07-15-2015, 06:09 PM   #12
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I'm not sure we are all talking about the same style fold out bed.
Our 2014 390RB-60 (like the OP) did not have a blow up mattress,
and the sections are not level to the other.
It ends up with a big dip in the across middle of it that we had to try to fill in with pillows.

We did buy a good air mattress that helps, but I was actually just trying to give the OP an 'out'.
Here is what I have found with the sofa bed in question:
1. Be sure the fold out leg is fully extended. It doesnt extend to sleeping position on its own.
2. I didnt like that metal leg on the porcelain tile so we put a floor rug under that metal leg.

What I recall is that it wasnt level at all until I realized that leg needed to be pulled all the way to the stops. My boy sleeps on it on an air mattress.
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Old 07-16-2015, 03:05 AM   #13
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Our couch bed is only attached at the wall. It has no support legs down when folded flat into the bed. We are not sure how much weight can be supported from just being bolted to the wall.
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Old 07-16-2015, 10:08 AM   #14
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I do not want to be in your situation. I have the BH model which may be the same sofa bed. I would think that it would hold the weight. But I do not know of any weight limits. Good luck!

My son in law is a big dude, he goes about 6'5" and about 265, my daughter is average size. No problems with them sleeping on my sofa bed.
Whats average size?
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Whats average size?

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Old 07-16-2015, 06:49 PM   #16
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Well i'd be worried about the GVW and load capacity for the trailer. I have a 8280WS Rockwood 5th wheel with a nominal weight of 7130 Lbs. It came off the weighbridge when all the features were added in at 7900 Lbs. The nominal cargo capacity of 1820 Lbs now becomes just over a 1000 Lbs. Th guests are quoted at up to 600LBs and lets assume the hosts are are in the same "average" then you are already overweight and you haven't added in as a minimum 500Lbs of junk for everyday living that you need. You also need to add in water, propane, extra AC etc and then you have a real problem for the frame?
Whats average and whats excessive becomes and issue. Id want to defriend guests like this before I invited them into my rig.
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I really doubt my motorhome will break because of the people that sleep in it. But thanks for your concern.

And no one and I mean no one ever ask how much a woman weighs.
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Well i'd be worried about the GVW and load capacity for the trailer. I have a 8280WS Rockwood 5th wheel with a nominal weight of 7130 Lbs. It came off the weighbridge when all the features were added in at 7900 Lbs. The nominal cargo capacity of 1820 Lbs now becomes just over a 1000 Lbs. Th guests are quoted at up to 600LBs and lets assume the hosts are are in the same "average" then you are already overweight and you haven't added in as a minimum 500Lbs of junk for everyday living that you need. You also need to add in water, propane, extra AC etc and then you have a real problem for the frame?
Whats average and whats excessive becomes and issue. Id want to defriend guests like this before I invited them into my rig.


What?
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What?
Not you Phil57
Sorry. But we are discussing the couch that turns into a bed that cantilevers off the wall, and is only attached at the wall.
What weight will the bed (couch) carry when extended out from the wall, with someone sleeping on it. Can an adult sleep on it without the attachments breaking out.
That's this subject.
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Not you Phil57
Sorry. But we are discussing the couch that turns into a bed that cantilevers off the wall, and is only attached at the wall.

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That's this subject.
Thanks.
Are you sure? The OP said 2014 390RB-360

Here's a pic of my 2014 390RB-360 sofa,


and the couch extended into a bed.



I'll say no more until the OP identifies what kind of sofa bed he is talking about.

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