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Old 04-29-2013, 11:38 PM   #1
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365saq Bunk Bed Capacities

Does anyone know what the weigh capacities are for the 365saq upper and lower bunks? I've searched the forum and the internet to no avail.
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:50 AM   #2
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Come to think of it, I don't ever remember seeing it published anywhere either.
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:49 PM   #3
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We were told the bunks in our v-lite have a 250 lb rating.
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The Sabres are 300. I know it doesn't answer the 365 question- but most I've seen are 250-300.
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The Sabres are 300. I know it doesn't answer the 365 question- but most I've seen are 250-300.

Is that only on the upper bunk or does it include the lower bunks as well?
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Is that only on the upper bunk or does it include the lower bunks as well?
Upper only has stickers on the wall.

The lower doubles as a bench.

And then for us- we went with a sofa in place of the other lower bunk.
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I've seen 250 in each of of our full size bunks, 2 teen girls. The fold down wouldn't hold more than a toddler in the stock state(2012).
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:50 PM   #8
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Upper only has stickers on the wall.

The lower doubles as a bench.

And then for us- we went with a sofa in place of the other lower bunk.

You capacities at least give me a general idea since we have no stickers on any of ours, top or bottom and there is nothing in the owners manual regarding weight limits.

We have a couple of "husky" friends going with us on a trip. I wouldn't even think about putting them on the top bunk but want to make sure we don't overload the bottom bunk either.

Thanks once again for your willingness to help!
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The bottom full bunk probably isn't as strong as the bunk over the kitchen, since its basically a "top bunk" only 6" above the floor, because of having the trundle under it.
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I never really thought about it that way!! I just figured if we put them on the bottom double, they wouldn't have as far to fall!! Actually, I think we're going to put one of them on the bottom double and set something up beside it in the floor with some memory foam. Hopefully, we'll be safe.
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