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Old 11-18-2014, 06:01 PM   #1
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Question Over head bunk

Lately I see several MH with OH Bunk. The ones in front on top of the driver & passenger seats. Can someone tell me how these work? Are they automatic or manual deployed and is this solid enough to sleep an average size person? Let say 150 - 180 lbs.


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Mine and most I have seen are electric. Mine is capable of 600lbs and works well. If the RV is running it wont operate. It also has a key switch to allow operation or lock it out.

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