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Old 02-02-2016, 01:44 PM   #1
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377RLBH Weight Limit

We are thinking about joining the Jayo club. We are interested in the 377RLBH, it fits our family perfect. My DW wanted to know if there was a weight limit to the loft bed. I tried looking but couldn't find anything on the interwebs. Any one have an idea? Also is there anything we should look out for before we purchase?

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Perhaps your dealer can ask Jayco.
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We are thinking about joining the Jayo club. We are interested in the 377RLBH, it fits our family perfect. My DW wanted to know if there was a weight limit to the loft bed. I tried looking but couldn't find anything on the interwebs. Any one have an idea? Also is there anything we should look out for before we purchase?

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Have you asked the dealer about the loft weight limit?

You didn't mention what trailer you currently have, your tow vehicle, and your RVing experience. Knowing that may help some to answer your 'anything else' question.
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There is a sticker on our bunk bed saying it can hold up to 300lbs but nothing stating a weight limit in the loft.
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Have you asked the dealer about the loft weight limit?

You didn't mention what trailer you currently have, your tow vehicle, and your RVing experience. Knowing that may help some to answer your 'anything else' question.

We currently have a 2008 Outback 32BHDS. Bought it used in 2013 to "see" if we like camping and we LOVE it!

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We are thinking about joining the Jayo club. We are interested in the 377RLBH, it fits our family perfect. My DW wanted to know if there was a weight limit to the loft bed. I tried looking but couldn't find anything on the interwebs. Any one have an idea? Also is there anything we should look out for before we purchase?

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According to the Jayco Factory the Loft weight limit is 600 pounds.

We looked at and evaluated a lot of fifth wheels and manufacturers before we ordered our 377RLBH which could be delivered some time this month.
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According to the Jayco Factory the Loft weight limit is 600 pounds.

We looked at and evaluated a lot of fifth wheels and manufacturers before we ordered our 377RLBH which could be delivered some time this month.

Thanks for sharing that info. I wondered how much you could put up there when we bought but didn't worry about it since my kids each weigh 65 pounds and under.
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I wonder what our weight limit is in our loft ~ jayco373bhok
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I wonder what our weight limit is in our loft ~ jayco373bhok

For some reason I seem to remember 600 pounds. See post #6
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I cannot imagine any combination of humans weighing 600 lbs even fitting in that space. Maybe the OP is thinking of storage...
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