- Jul 21, 2009
How much weight will one of the beds hold in a pop up?
travler said:There are stickers at each of the bunks on my 07 coachmen clipper 086 that read; 1200lbs max. on front bunk and 1000lbs max. on rear bunk however I don't think I would even come close to testing that. You should contact the manufacturer of your make and model or a dealer.
Id like to see a pic as well of your supportThe first time we set up our Jayco 12udk we bent the bed guide rails on the front bunk. We had forgotten to put in all the braces and climbed out to put the brace in the canvas, they bent out of repair. We replaced both with brand new ones for less than 30 dollars. Then we bought a set of jacks for about 70 dollars. We put a 4 ft 2 by 4 that i painted with exterior paint between the two jacks at the front edge of the bunk. Just the piece of mind was worth the 70 dollars, and it takes less than 60 seconds to set the jacks up. We put a bungee cord between the jacks sometimes and hang our wet towels on after an evening swim. This pass weekend we stored all our fishing gear up front under the bunk and put a small tarp across the bungee cord and our gear was out of site from the general public....We have had numerous other campers ask us about our braces and where to get them...
I wish we were camping now!
They may not even have the popup anymore. The post was originated almost 10 years agoId like to see a pic as well of your support
They may not even have the popup anymore. The post was originated almost 10 years ago
Yes i saw that but whats the harm anyway lolDimples - you'll likely be waiting a l-o-n-g time for a response, the author of that post hasn't been seen since Dec 30, 2012!