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Old 07-19-2015, 08:49 AM   #1
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Over the Cab Loft Bed in Allegro

Has anyone heard if Allegro has plans in the future to offer the over the cab loft bed as an option? The DW is retired and I will be retiring soon. We are looking at moving from our fiver to a gas motorhome. We are seriously considering the Allegro and the over the cab loft bed would be a great feature for when the grandkids stay with us.
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We have a 2016 Allegro on order, with the option of a front over-cab pull down bunk bed. Looks to be a 'twin' size, suitable for a grandchild or single adult. See this link for pictures of it in the up and pulled down position.
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Thanks for the info. Just what we are looking for. Is the cab over bed a regular bunk bed style mattress or an air bed?
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Over the Cab Loft Bed in Allegro

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Has anyone heard if Allegro has plans in the future to offer the over the cab loft bed as an option? The DW is retired and I will be retiring soon. We are looking at moving from our fiver to a gas motorhome. We are seriously considering the Allegro and the over the cab loft bed would be a great feature for when the grandkids stay with us.


We just bought our coach, (2015 32CA) less than two weeks ago and it has a pull down bed. TIffin is dropping 32CA floorplan but will probably still offer the pull down bed. It's a 3-4" mattress. The ladder to get up there is under the back bed.
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Is the cab over bed a twin or full mattress?
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I would think a twin, but it's only been pulled down once for us at the dealer. My head was swimming at that point.
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I looked at one being put in while down watching my motorhome being built. It looks like it would be okay for kids. They said that they tested it with two of their engineers sitting on it. When you get it, you do loose the two cabinets on both sides above the DS & PS seats. The front overhead cabinet doors are also smaller due to the bed as well.

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Over the Cab Loft Bed in Allegro

You actually can't get into the upper cabinets at all! My grandson decided he didn't want to sleep up there anyway! He slept in the dinette. I also didn't realize that when the sofa is in bed form you would have to crawl over it to get out the door. It also makes it tough to get into the pull down bed.
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