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Old 05-02-2014, 12:37 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Thor's New Class A RUV RV's Hidden Bed

Thor Motorcoach's new RUV's caught my eye in this video but I can't find the hidden bunk's weight limit on their website:
Link:2015 Vegas RUV Motorhomes: Compact Class A RV from Thor Motor Coach

So does anyone know the capacity and can you keep it down when you drive? I'm sure the manufacturer would say no but is their really any good reason?

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The Hide-Away Front Bunk Bed was originally rated at 400lb.
See min 4:40 here: Axis 24.1 Steve Eberhard - YouTube

This was a 2014 being featured and Thor is now producing the 2015's, so it could have been upgraded.

Driving with the bunk down seems like it would be no problem, but I have no specific info on that. There is something special about the full-up and full-down locks according to Thor RV owners with this option, but I am not sure what were the details.

There is even more about the RUV on the TV show Rollin' On - here:
Rollin' On TV Show #2013-28 TMC / Open House - YouTube

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