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Old 07-19-2019, 10:30 AM   #1
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Hybrid bed weight limit?

I am doing research on the weight limit of a hybrid bed and am unable to locate information. I am interested in the ePro 17PR or its twin gPro 17PR. I have only seen pictures of the trailer on the internet and it appears the bed is supported by cables?, and not using dropdown support bars like a tent trailer.
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Old 07-19-2019, 02:25 PM   #2
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Standard for hybrid bunk ends with cable supports, has been 1000-1200lbs.
BUT this EPro/GeoPro model is constructed differently than a hybrid so the weight numbers may be different.
You need to contact FR.
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Any update on that bed weight limit? We have been looking at them too.
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Old 07-21-2019, 10:17 AM   #4
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I contacted Forestriver and the bunk end weight limit is 800 lbs.
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I contacted Forestriver and the bunk end weight limit is 800 lbs.
Yep, definitely different construction than a regular hybrid TT.
Hybrids have had bed weight limits of 1000-1200lbs for years.
Even back in the pole supports days, before cable supports came along.
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Wow, I never would've thought the bunk ends on our 21SS would be rated that high. That's good to know, I was always feeling like we should be somewhat careful to not bounce around too much in the beds. Not in a dirty way, of course, just in general not throwing our weight around.
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Old 07-22-2019, 11:45 AM   #7
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Our 2018 Rockwood Roo 24WS queen beds say 1000#...
but I'm not getting on anything to sleep that is supported by 2 cables 5 feet off the ground with that much weight on it. Engineers have been known to be wrong!
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Good to know the weight limits of the tent ends. I have plenty of tacos to eat before I max out!
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